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OPPONENT Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota at UC Santa Barbara at Baylor at Baylor at Baylor Wright State Wright State Wright State at Long Beach State Notre Dame Oklahoma vs. USC^ at Cal State Northridge *Washington *Washington *Washington *California *California *California *at Arizona State *at Arizona State^ *at Arizona State Cal State Fullerton *Oregon State^ *Oregon State *Oregon State Hawaii Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount at UC Irvine *at Oregon *at Oregon^ *at Oregon Long Beach State *at Washington State *at Washington State *at Washington State UC Irvine *Utah *Utah *Utah Cal State Northridge *Arizona *Arizona *Arizona^ at Cal State Fullerton *at USC *at USC *at USC UC Santa Barbara *at Stanford *at Stanford^ *at Stanford NCAA Regionals NCAA Super Regionals College World Series

* indicates Pac-12 Conference game ^ indicates game televised by Pac-12 Networks Game times are Pacific unless otherwise indicated.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information Media Information Reaching New Heights Player Development Jackie Robinson Stadium Jackie Robinson’s Legacy Gifford Hitting Facility Team USA and UCLA 2013 Season Outlook Roster TV/Radio Roster Coaching Staff Head Coach John Savage Assistant Coach Rex Peters Assistant Coach T.J. Bruce Assistant Coach Jake Silverman Director of Operations Seth Moir 2013 Bruins A-F G-R S-Z 2012 in Review Drafted/Graduated Players 2012 NLI Signees Season Results Season Stats Game-by-Game Capsules Superlatives Pac-12 Review Honors and Rankings Opponents Big League Bruins Bruins in the Majors Bruins Fomerly in the Majors Bruins in the Minors MLB Draft History Records Game-by-Game Results Year-by-Year Summary Starting Lineups Year-by-Year Leaders Single Season, Career Records Miscellaneous Records All-America Selections All-Pac-12 Selections Multiple All-Conference Selections Tradition Year-by-Year History NCAA Tournament History All-Time Postseason Stats UCLA Postseason Records Jersey History All-Time Statistics (since 1975) Baseball Hall of Fame Letterwinners UCLA Administrators

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2012 NCAA Men’s College World Series, TD Ameritrade Park

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2012 Pac-12 Conference Champions

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UCLA at Dodger Stadium (March 13, 2012), Dodgertown Classic

QUICK FACTS Location

J.D. Morgan Center, 325 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90024-0044 Athletics Switchboard (310) 825-8699 Central Ticket Office (310) 825-2101 Chancellor Gene Block Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero Sr. Associate Athletic Director (baseball) John Jentz Faculty Athletic Representative Donald Morrison Event Management Dave Martinez Home Field (capacity) Jackie Robinson Stadium (1,820) Press Box Phone (310) 794-8213 Enrollment 39,500 Founded 1919 Colors Blue and Gold Nickname Bruins Conference Pac-12 National Affiliation NCAA Division I

ABOUT THE MEDIA GUIDE Head Coach (Alma Mater) John Savage (Nevada ‘91) Record at UCLA (Years) 275-209 (8 years) Career Record 363-291-1 (11 years) Assistant Coaches Rex Peters, T.J. Bruce, Jake Silverman Director of Operations Seth Moir Baseball SID Mike Leary SID E-mail mleary@athletics.ucla.edu SID Phone (310) 206-7873 SID Fax (310) 825-8664 Director, Athletic Communications Nick Ammazzalorso Web Site www.uclabruins.com 2012 Overall Record 48-16 2012 Pac-12 Record 20-10 (t-1st) Lettermen Returning/Lost 17/13 Conference Championships (Last) 10 (2012) NCAA Tournament Appearances (Last) 18 (2012) College World Series Appearances 4 (1969, 1997, 2010, 2012)

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CREDITS: The 2013 UCLA baseball media guide was written and designed by Mike Leary. Photography by ASUCLA Campus Studio (Don Liebig, Scott Quintard and Todd Cheney), Scott James, Carlos Delgado, Scott Chandler, Scott Wu, Larry Goren, Brad Williams, Icon Sports Media and Getty Images. Special thanks to Getty Images, ASUCLA Photography, Andrew Bernstein, the Los Angeles Visitors and Convention Bureau and Don Liebig for their photos in the UCLA Experience, and a special thanks to Brad Williams for his photos from the 2010 College World Series. Also special thanks to Michelle Bishop for her photos from the 2012 College World Series. Photos in the Big League Bruins section courtesy of Major League Baseball, its respective teams and their photographers. Special thanks to Miles Kennedy, Jon Willey (Arizona Diamondbacks), Dan Mendlik (Cleveland Indians), Denis Bancroft (Miami Marlins), Larry Babcock (Los Angeles Angels), Juan Ocampo (Los Angeles Dodgers) and Mark Langill (Los Angeles Dodgers).


BRUINS GETTING AIRTIME Having reached the NCAA Tournament in six of the past seven seasons, the UCLA baseball program has received increased exposure and media attention. Los Angeles has seven local network affiliates or independent television stations, and the baseball program has been broadcast each spring on Fox Sports Network. The Bruins have had 34 televised games the past five years, including 23 nationally televised contests. This season, UCLA will enjoy even more national exposure with six televised games on the Pac-12 Networks.

Media Outlets Newspapers Los Angeles Times 202 West First St. Los Angeles, CA 90053 (P): 213-237-7145 (F): 213-237-7876 sports.latimes.com Los Angeles Daily News 21860 Burbank Blvd. (Ste. 200) Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (P): 818-713-3600 (F): 818-713-3436 dailynews.com Orange County Register 625 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92711 (P): 714-796-7817 (F): 714-565-6765 ocregister.com

Riverside Press Enterprise 3512 14th St. Riverside, CA 92502 (P): 909-368-9533 (F): 909-368-9029 pe.com

Television

South Bay Daily Breeze 5215 Torrance Blvd. Torrance, CA 90509 (P): 310-540-4201 (F): 310-540-3067 www.dailybreeze.com

ESPN ESPN Plaza Bristol, CT 06010 (P): 860-766-2000

KABC-7 500 Circle Seven Dr. Glendale, CA 91201 (P): 818-863-7677 (F): 818-863-7889

CBS College Sports 85 10th Ave., 3rd Floor New York, NY 10011 (P): 212-342-8700 (F): 212-342-8899

KTTV (Ch. 11)/KCOP (Ch. 13) 1999 S. Bundy Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90025 (P): 310-584-2030 (F): 310-584-2450

MLB Network 40 Hartz Way Secaucus, NJ 07094 (P): 201-520-6400 (F): 201-520-4736

Radio

UCLA Daily Bruin 308 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90024 (P): 310-825-2095 (F): 310-206-0906 dailybruin.ucla.edu

Wire and Stats Long Beach Press Telegram 604 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90844 (P): 562-499-1338 (F): 562-437-8914 presstelegram.com

Associated Press 221 So. Figueroa, S 300 Los Angeles, CA 90012 (P): 213-626-1200 (F): 213-346-0200 ap.org

Pasadena Star News San Gabriel Valley Tribune 1210 N. Azusa Canyon Rd. West Covina, CA 91790 (P): 626-962-8811 (F): 626-856-2758 pasadenastarnews.com sgvtribune.com

Sports Ticker (P): 800-766-1899 (F): 800-336-0383 Stats, Inc. (P): 847-585-2100 (F): 800-357-8525

FS West/Prime Ticket 1150 South Olive, Suite 350 Los Angeles, CA 90015 (P): 213-743-7800 (F): 213-763-4633

CBS-2, KCAL-9 4200 Radford Ave. Studio City, CA 91604 (P): 818-655-2400 NBC-4 (Ch. 4) 3000 W. Alameda Ave. Burbank, CA 91523 (P): 818-840-4237 (F): 818-840-3076

KTLA (Ch. 5) 5800 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 (P): 323-460-5907 (F): 323-460-5333

KLAC 570 (FOX Radio) 3400 W. Olive Ave. #550 Burbank, CA 91505 (P): 818-559-2252 (F): 818-566-6114 or 818-566-6105 KSPN 710 (ESPN Radio) 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. A200 Los Angeles, CA 90015 (P): 310-840-2492 (F): 310-558-5648 uclaradio.com 308 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90024 (P): 310-825-9104

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Baseball Media Baseball America 600 S. Duke Street, Box 2089 Durham, NC 27702 (P): 919-682-9635 (F): 919-682-2880 baseballamerica.com Aaron Fitt (college baseball writer) aaronfitt@baseballamerica.com John Manuel (editor) johnmanuel@baseballamerica.com Collegiate Baseball P.O. Box 50566 Tucson, AZ 95703 (P): 520-623-4530 (F): 520-624-5501 collegiatebaseball.com Lou Pavlovich, Jr. (editor) lou@baseballnews.com Perfect Game USA (College) 1808 Indian Lodge Drive Cedar Park, TX 78613 perfectgame.com/college Kendall Rogers, editor (P): 979-229-4092 USA Today 10866 Wilshire #890 Los Angeles, CA 90024 (P): 310-443-8900 (F): 310-443-8923 usatoday.com

Baseball Weekly 1000 Wilson Blvd. 21st Fl. Arlington, VA 22229 (P): 800-872-3410ext.4495 (F): 703-558-4677 baseballweekly.com College Baseball Insider P.O. Box 8235 Richmond, VA 23226 collegebaseballinsider.com USA Baseball Durham Bulls Athletic Park 403 Blackwell Street Durham, NC 27701 (P): 919-474-8721, x. 225 (F): 919-474-8822 Jake Fehling Director, Media Relations


BEST ARE IN THE WEST The West Coast has featured at least one team in the finals of the College World Series in six of the last nine seasons. UCLA represented the West Coast in the championship series in 2010 and made a return to the College World Series in 2012. Locally, UCLA faces prominent programs such as Cal State Fullerton, Pepperdine, San Diego State, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara and USC nearly every season. The Bruins have hosted an NCAA Regional the past three years, and advanced to Southern California area Regionals in 2006, 2007 and 2008.

SPORTS INFORMATION

UCLA BASEBALL RADIO NETWORK

Mike Leary enters his first season as the UCLA Baseball Sports Information Director in 2013 and is in his third season in the UCLA Sports Information Department. Additionally, he serves as the contact for the men’s soccer program while assisting at other UCLA sporting events. Leary graduated from UCLA in June of 2010, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.

John Ramey, Tim Wilhelm will team up too call the action at all UCLA home games and selected road contests in 2013.. Live audio of ballgames is available at uclabruins.com, the official web site of thee UCLA Athletics Department. Audio from m previously broadcast games is archived and can be listened to after each game. UCLA’s radio network is headed by Mike Sondheimer, Associate Athletic Director for Academic Admissions Services. For updated broadcast schedules, visit the Bruins online at uclabruins.com.

MEDIA GUIDELINES CREDENTIALS: All media credential requests should be made, preferably via e-mail, to mleary@athletics.ucla.edu, or by phone as far in advance as possible (no later than 24 hours before game time). Credentials for games and access to coaches and student-athletes are granted to major newsgathering papers, magazines or web sites. PHOTO CREDENTIALS: Credentials will be issued on a pergame basis and must be worn in plain sight at all times. Only credentialed photographers will be granted access to take photos on the field level from the bullpen. TELEPHONES: The press box phone number (for media scoring updates only) is 310-794-8213. Additional phone lines are available on a shared basis in the main press box. Radio positions and additional media seating will be allocated in the press box or adjacent to the broadcast booths, if necessary. RADIO LINES: One telephone line can be made available to the designated radio station of the visiting team. Please make arrangements through the Sports Information Office by e-mailing Mike Leary (mleary@athletics.ucla.edu) well in advance.

HIGH-SPEED INTERNET: The press box is equipped with high-speed, wireless Internet for working media only. Additional high-speed data jacks are not available. INTERVIEWS: Coaches and players are available for postgame interviews outside the clubhouse (third-base side) after a brief cooling down period. Midweek interviews can be conducted before practice (best time, between 12-2 p.m.) or after practice. All interview requests must be facilitated through the Sports Information Office. UCLABRUINS.COM: The official web site of the UCLA Athletics Department, uclabruins.com provides up-to-date results, news, schedules, player biographical information, statistics, in-game scoring and links to audio webcasts. TWITTER/FACEBOOK: Follow UCLA baseball on both Twitter (twitter.com/uclabaseball) and Facebook (facebook.com/ uclabaseball) for the latest in-game updates and news. Leary’s Office Phone: (310) 206-7873 Sports Information Fax: (310) 825-8664 Leary’s E-mail: mleary@athletics.ucla.edu

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ABOUT UCLA’S BASEBALL RADIO CREW John Ramey returns for his fourth season as the UCLA baseball program’s play-by-play broadcaster. Ramey will be joined by Tim Wilhelm (sixth season). Ramey has had the call of many historic Bruins moments over the past four seasons, including the program’s College World Series-clinching wins in 2010 and 2012, and team victories at Dodger Stadium and Safeco Field. In addition to his work for UCLA, Ramey serves as the play-by-play voice of UC Riverside Men’s Basketball. Ramey has worked for a variety of media outlets, including Dial Global/Westwood One Sports, Southern California Public Radio, CNN Headline News, and KNX 1070 Newsradio in Los Angeles. He also enjoys a career as an singer/songwriter and musician, having released two solo albums. When not broadcasting, Ramey performs his music throughout Southern California and the West. Wilhelm called nearly every home game and multiple road games for UCLA from 20072009 and returned to the Bruins’ broadcast booth in 2011. He began calling college baseball in 1992, serving as Pepperdine’s play-by-play announcer. He has broadcast 15 NCAA regional tournaments in addition to calling the 1992 and 2012 College World Series. He has called more than 1,000 games either broadcast on the radio or streamed online. His previous work includes serving as a broadcaster for Big Ten Football Game of the Week (ABC radio) and as a halftime reporter for Pac-10 Basketball Game of the Week (NBC television).


TWO CWS TRIPS IN THREE YEARS The Bruins won a school-record 51 games in 2010, advancing to the College World Series for the third time in school history. UCLA reached the finals of the CWS for the first time ever, falling short against South Carolina in a best-of-three series at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. Previously, UCLA had not advanced to the College World Series since 1997. The Bruins returned to Omaha in 2012, reaching the College World Series for the second time in three years after going 5-0 in the Regional and Super Regional rounds. Over the last three seasons, UCLA has compiled a school-record 134 victories, ranking first among Pac-12 teams and ninth in the country.

BAUER WINS GOLDEN SPIKES AWARD Trevor Bauer became the first UCLA player to ever win the Golden Spikes Award in 2011, going 13-2 with a 1.25 ERA. He led the nation in strikeouts for the second consecutive year, logging a Pac-12 Conference record 203 strikeouts in a teamleading 136.2 innings. The No. 3 overall draft selection by Arizona in the June 2011 Draft, Bauer finished his UCLA career as the school’s all-time leader in strikeouts (460), wins (34) and innings pitched (373.1). He concluded his junior year by hurling nine consecutive complete games.

COLE, BAUER DRAFTED FIRST, THIRD UCLA right-handers Gerrit Cole and Trevor Bauer were drafted No. 1 and No. 3 overall, respectively, in the June 2011 Draft. That marked the first time since 1978 in which one college baseball program had two players selected in the first three picks (previously, at Arizona State). Cole became UCLA’s first-ever No. 1 MLB Draft selection, getting selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Bauer was chosen by the Arizona Diamondbacks. The standout pitching duo was among the best 1-2 punch in the history of college baseball.

DODGERTOWN CLASSIC UCLA and USC initiated the first-ever Dodgertown Classic on Feb. 28, 2010. The crosstown rivals faced each other in the afternoon after Vanderbilt played Oklahoma State at Dodger Stadium in the morning. UCLA won the meeting against USC, 6-1, in 2010. The Trojans blanked UCLA, 2-0, in 2011 before UCLA defeated USC, 7-2, in 2012.

RASMUSSEN DELIVERS Pitching in one of the biggest games in program history, left-hander Rob Rasmussen turned in a herculean effort against Cal State Fullerton on June 13, 2010, in a decisive Game 3 of the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional. Rasmussen struck out nine batters and limited the Titans to one run and two hits in a complete game victory. The Bruins won, 8-1, to advance to the College World Series for the first time since 1997.

BAUER, COLE SIGN PRO DEALS UCLA’s Trevor Bauer inked a major league contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks on July 25, 2011. He was introduced at a press conference at Chase Field in Phoenix that afternoon. Nearly three weeks later, Gerrit Cole signed a professional contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park. Cole was accompanied by his parents, sister, agent Scott Boras and UCLA head coach John Savage at the press conference.

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IMPRESSIVE FEATS FOR UCLA IN 2010 Aside from advancing to the finals of the College World Series for the first time in program history in 2010, UCLA also established the school and Pac-12 Conference records for single-season strikeouts with 700 in 618.1 innings. Led by Gerrit Cole, Trevor Bauer and Rob Rasmussen, the Bruins’ pitching staff led the country in strikeouts per nine innings (10.2). UCLA finished the year ranked No. 2 in all national polls, the highest top-25 finish in program history. Bauer became UCLA’s first pitcher to ever lead the nation in strikeouts (165). In addition, UCLA finished the year 34 games over .500, the highest total over the .500 plateau in program history.

POSTSEASON SUCCESS Over the last three seasons, UCLA has earned remarkable success in postseason play. In 2010, the Bruins earned the No. 6 national seed in the 64-team postseason bracket, eventually advancing all the way to the finals of the College World Series. 2010 marked the first year since 1986 in which UCLA’s baseball program had hosted a postseason game. In 2011, UCLA won the then-Pac-10 Conference and hosted an NCAA Regional for the second straight season. Then in 2012, the Bruins earned the No. 2 national seed in the tournament, the highest seed that the program has ever received. UCLA won five consecutive games in the NCAA Regional and Super Regional at Jackie Robinson Stadium to earn their second College World Series appearance in three years. Head coach John Savage also became the first coach in school history to lead the Bruins to multiple College World Series appearances.

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UCLA WINS BACK-TO-BACK PAC-12 TITLES The Bruins accomplished something that had never been done in school history in 2012, winning their second straight Pac-12 Championship. UCLA was crowned co-champions with Arizona after sweeping rivals USC in the final series of the year, but the Bruins secured the tiebreak over the Wildcats by virtue of their series victory over the Wildcats earlier in the year. In the final year of the Pac-10 configuration in 2011, the Bruins earned their first outright conference championship since 1986. The Bruins entered the final weekend of the season trailing Oregon State by one game, but won two of their first three games at Arizona State to claim the championship by one game over the Beavers.


UCLA has sent 53 players to the minor leagues since June 2006. In the last seven seasons, 21 Bruins have been selected in the first 10 rounds of the MLB Draft.

JERMAINE CURTIS  Undrafted out of high school, Jermaine Curtis was selected in the fifth round of the 2008 draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. As the team’s third baseman, he helped lead UCLA to the postseason in each of his three seasons (2006-2008).

 BRANDON CRAWFORD Brandon Crawford was undrafted out of high school and batted .319 in 179 starts for UCLA (2006-2008). Selected by his hometown San Francisco Giants in the fifth round of the 2008 draft, Crawford hit a grand slam in his major league debut (May 27, 2011).

BEAU AMARAL  After being drafted in the 45th round of the 2009 draft out of high school by the Diamondbacks, Amaral went on to enjoy one of the most successful careers in UCLA history, before being re-drafted in the 7th round of the 2012 draft by the Reds. He finished his UCLA career as the all-time leader in postseason games played (24, tied with Cody Regis), hits (33) and at-bats (99) while posting the highest batting average by a freshman since 1998, hitting .354 in 2010.

 GARETT CLAYPOOL Undrafted out of high school, Claypool starred for the Bruins from 2007-2010, helping lead UCLA to the 2010 College World Series. A 32nd round draft selection as a junior by Oakland in 2009, Claypool chose to return for his senior season. In 2010, he went 8-3 with a 2.29 ERA in 82.2 innings. He was selected in the 11th round of the 2010 draft by the Philadelphia Phillies.

 TREVOR BAUER After enrolling at UCLA one season early, Trevor Bauer (2009-11) had the most dominant pitching career in program history. In 2011, he became the school’s first Golden Spikes Award winner after going 13-2 with a 1.25 ERA as a junior. The No. 3 overall draft pick by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2011, Bauer left UCLA as the program’s all-time leader in wins (34) and strikeouts (460). He set the school’s top single-season strikeout marks with 165 in 2010 and 203 in 2011. DAVID HUFF After transferring to UCLA from Cypress College (2005) via UC Irvine (2004), Huff shined for the Bruins in 2006, going 7-4 with a 2.98 ERA in 128.1 innings. He was chosen as 39th overall draft pick (supplemental first round) by the Cleveland Indians in 2006, making his MLB debut with the organization in 2009.

 DAN KLEIN Selected in the 24th round of the 2007 draft by Baltimore, the Orioles re-drafted Klein in the third round of the 2010 draft. That year, the right-hander from Los Alamitos, Calif., flourished as UCLA’s closer. He collected 10 saves and a 1.90 ERA in 39 appearances to lead the Bruins to the College World Series.

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 GERRIT COLE A first-round draft selection by the Yankees out of high school, Gerrit Cole had a fantastic three-year career for the Bruins (2009-11). Cole finished second on the school’s career strikeouts list (376) and became the first UCLA ballplayer ever selected No. 1 overall in the June MLB Draft, as the Pittsburgh Pirates selected the hard-throwing right-hander first on June 6, 2011. Cole helped lead UCLA to consecutive postseason appearances in 2010 and 2011, including to the finals of the 2010 College World Series.

 ROB RASMUSSEN Chosen in the 27th round of the 2007 draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers out of high school, Rasmussen became a second round draft selection by the Florida Marlins in 2010 out of UCLA. He capped his collegiate career with a fantastic junior season, going 11-3 with a 2.72 ERA and 128 strikeouts that year.

JOSH ROENICKE  A center fielder and right-hander at UCLA, Roenicke was selected in the 10th round of the 2006 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds as a pitcher. The former two-way star made his major league debut with Cincinnati in 2008.  CASEY HAERTHER Selected out of high school in the 34th round of the 2006 draft by San Diego, Haerther enjoyed a stellar three-year career for UCLA (2007-09). He logged career totals of 22 homers and 109 RBI, before being chosen in the fifth round of the 2009 draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

 JEFF GELALICH Jeff Gelalich was selected in the 41st round of the 2009 draft by the Phillies out of high school, but elected to come to UCLA, where he played in 159 games and led the Bruins to the College World Series in 2010 and 2012. The Most Outstanding Player at the 2012 Los Angeles Regional, Gelalich was selected in the supplemental first round (No. 57 overall) of the 2012 draft by the Cincinnati Reds.

UCLA’s Top Draft Selections Since 2006

 TYSON BRUMMETT Drafted by San Francisco in the mid-30 rounds of the 2003 and 2004 drafts (high school, junior college), Brummett shined in two years at UCLA (2006-2007). He led the Bruins to consecutive NCAA Regionals and the 2007 Super Regionals before being selected in the seventh round of the 2007 draft by the Philadelphia Phillies. Brummett made his Major League debut with the Phillies this past fall.

 HECTOR AMBRIZ After overcoming an injury in 2004, Ambriz thrived for UCLA in 2005 and 2006. He was selected in the fifth round of the 2006 draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks after his redshirt junior season and pitched for the Cleveland Indians throughout 2010.

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Player (Pos.)

High School Draft

UCLA Draft

Gerrit Cole (RHP) Trevor Bauer (RHP) David Huff (RHP) Jeff Gelalich (OF) Brant Rustich (RHP) Rob Rasmussen (LHP) Tim Murphy (LHP) Dan Klein (RHP) Brandon Crawford (INF) Hector Ambriz (RHP) Jermaine Curtis (INF) Casey Haerther (INF) Beau Amaral (OF) Tyson Brummett (RHP) Matt Grace (LHP) Scott Griggs (RHP) Tyler Heineman (C) Gavin Brooks (LHP) Trevor Brown (INF/C) Josh Roenicke (RHP) Eric Jaffe (RHP) Charles Brewer (RHP)

1st round, No. 28 (2008) undrafted 31st, 19th rounds (2003, 2005) 41st round (2009) 47th round (2003) 27th round (2007) 11th round (2005) 24th round (2007) undrafted 28th round (2002) undrafted 34th round (2006) 45th round (2009) 35th, 38th rounds (2003, 2004) undrafted 33rd round (2009) undrafted undrafted undrafted undrafted 19th round (2010) 18th round (2006)

1st round, No. 1 (2011) 1st round, No. 3 (2011) 1st round, No. 39 (2006) 1st round, No. 57 (2012) 2nd round (2007) 2nd round (2010) 3rd round (2008) 3rd round (2010) 4th round (2008) 5th round (2006) 5th round (2008) 5th round (2009) 7th round (2012) 7th round (2007) 8th round (2010) 8th round (2012) 8th round (2012) 9th round (2009) 10th round (2012) 10th round (2006) 11th round (2012) 12th round (2009)


major-league quality net behind home plate, improving sightlines for fans and television crews. Other major improvements have included the addition of 945 chairback seats with cupholders in February 2006. The stadium welcomed a new hitter’s eye, draped above the center field wall, and the Bruins’ scoreboard received a well-deserved face lift.

the third base seats.

Most recently, UCLA added a state-of-the-art video scoreboard in the winter of 2012. The new LED video display features a 15HD pixel layout and measures nearly 17 feet tall by more than 49 feet wide, making it one of the largest video scoreboards in the Pac-12.

Located on the site of old Sawtelle Field, Jackie Robinson Stadium provides one of the most comfortable college baseball settings in the West. The stadium was made possible by a private gift from Hoyt Pardee (UCLA ’41), a classmate of Jackie Robinson. Without Hoyt, the stadium would not be a reality.

In 2011, UCLA added 580 chairback seats to the facility, allowing Jackie Robinson Stadium to seat 1,820 fans on a regular basis. The baseball program added 290 chairback seats above each of the dugouts, replacing grass slopes which had existed since the stadium’s founding in 1981.

At the end of the 1984 season, the second major phase of the stadium’s original construction was completed. A new clubhouse, press box, concessions stand, and permanent restrooms were added. The clubhouse contains training and equipment rooms, a meeting room, offices and the UCLA Baseball Hall of Fame, which displays plaques of all its members.

Jackie Robinson Stadium was dedicated on Feb. 7, 1981 with an exhibition game between the Bruins and the Los Angeles Dodgers that drew 2,500 fans. The facility hosted the 1986 West Coast Conference playoff game between Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount. One week later, the stadium hosted the 1986 NCAA West Regional Tournament. Loyola Marymount, UC Santa Barbara, Hawaii, and UCLA participated in the regional, won by Loyola Marymount. The 1986 West Regional was the Los Angeles area’s first NCAA postseason tournament since the 1978 District 8 Playoffs were hosted at USC’s Dedeaux Field. The 1986 regional championship contest between Loyola Marymount and Hawaii drew a crowd of 1,815.

The main press box is flanked by two broadcast booths and provides ample space for members of the media. Camera positions for television coverage are located atop both dugouts and on the concourse. Controls for the public address system, electronic scoreboard and lighting systems are located in the main press box. The concession is located above the first base seats along with public restrooms. On select weekends, a second concession stand provides food and beverages above

Jackie Robinson, for whom the stadium is named, was the first African-American baseball player to compete in the major leagues when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. As a studentathlete at UCLA, Robinson became the Bruins’ first four-sport letterman, playing football, basketball, track, and baseball. A bronze statue of Robinson is located near the concession stand on the concourse level. The statue was dedicated on April 27, 1985, before the UCLA-Arizona State game.

Steele Field at Jackie Robinson Stadium celebrates its 33rd season as UCLA’s home baseball facility in the spring of 2013, after having undergone significant renovations since 2006. Jackie Robinson Stadium hosted the NCAA Los Angeles Regional from 2010 to 2012 and the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional in 2010 and 2012, drawing crowds of over 2,000 fans. Prior to 2010, UCLA had not posted postseason play since 1986.

In January 2009, the facility welcomed a 10,500-square foot hitting complex, named the Jack and Rhodine Gifford Hitting Facility. Midway through the 2008 season, UCLA upgraded its stadium lights, making necessary improvements to meet NCAA standards for hosting an NCAA Super Regional. In January 2008, UCLA installed a state-of-the-art playing surface, a major upgrade made possible by the Steele Foundation. Prior to the 2007 season, the UCLA baseball program installed a

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Jackie Robinson Stadium, the program’s sixth home field, can be accessed via the San Diego Freeway (405) and Wilshire Blvd. Located on Constitution Avenue (west off Sepulveda Blvd.), the stadium is minutes away from the UCLA campus.


UCLA’s Home Fields

Years

Moore Field (Vermont Avenue) Campus Diamond (UCLA) Sawtelle Field (VA Grounds) Joe E. Brown Field (UCLA) Sawtelle Field (VA Grounds) Eddy D. Field Stadium (Pepperdine) Jackie Robinson Stadium (VA Grounds)

1920-29 1930-32 1933-38 1939-63 1964-79 1980 1981-Present

Year-by-Year at Jackie Robinson Stadium Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Record 27-10 21-11 29-10 16-10 18-13 19-11 19-12 7-19 17-13 15-13 13-16 19-9 20-10 17-10 15-12 21-7

Games 37 32 39 26 31 30 31 26 30 28 29 28 30 27 27 28

Year 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Record 19-11 14-16 14-15 19-11 23-9 13-15 21-10 17-15 14-10 20-6-1 23-12 19-9-1 17-13 17-13 28-10 13-18

Jackie Robinson Stadium Collegiate Firsts First Collegiate Game: .......................................................................................................................................... Feb. 14, 1981 (Pepperdine 9, UCLA 6) First Collegiate Pitch: ............................................................................. strike – UCLA’s Eric Broersma to batter John Damon (Tim Gudin, C). First Strikeout: .............................................................................................................................. UCLA’s Eric Broersma to Pepperdine’s John Damon First Hit: ..................................................................................................................................... Pepperdine’s Ron Dearth off Eric Broersma (2nd inning) First UCLA Hit: ............................................................................................................................. Paul Conley off Pepperdine’s Jon Furman (3rd inning) First Run: ........................................................................................ Pepperdine’s John Wyman (RBI, Alan Ascherl) off Eric Broersma (3rd inning) First UCLA Run: ................................................................... David Montanari (RBI, Lindsay Meggs 3-run double), off Jon Furman (4th inning) First Home Run: .............................. UCLA’s Greg Norman (Mike Gallego at first), off Chapman’s Charlie Deeds (4th inning), 2/18/81 First UCLA Win: ......................................................................................................................................................... Feb. 18, 1981 (UCLA 10, Chapman 3)

Games 30 30 29 30 32 28 31 32 24 26 35 29 30 30 38 31

32 years, 579-379-2 record (.604)

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Jackie Robinson – Breaking Barriers Major League Baseball’s First African-American Player Jackie Robinson became the first African-American Major League Baseball player of the modern era in 1947. Born January 31, 1919 in Cairo, Ga., Robinson was the first four-sport letterman in UCLA history – football (1939 and 1940), basketball (1940 and 1941), track and field (1940) and baseball (1940). As UCLA’s shortstop in 1940, statistics indicate that baseball was the sport with which he had the most trouble. Robinson batted .097 in CIBA games the one season he played baseball for the Bruins. He excelled at the three other sports, earning All Pac-10 honors in football, being named the West Coast Conference MVP in basketball, and establishing a long jump record. Nevertheless, due to his slick fielding and keen baserunning, fans found Robinson in the starting lineup the majority of the season. As a youngster, his mother (Mallie) moved the Robinson family to Pasadena, Calif., after his father abdandoned the family. After the move, the Robinson family quickly gained recognition for their fantastic athletic abilties, the climax coming during the 1936 Olympics where older brother Mack Robinson received a silver medal in the 200-meter dash behind the legendary Jesse Owens. In 1942, Robinson put athletics on hiatus to enlist in the U.S. Army. In the face of humiliating discrimination, Robinson took his first major step toward dismantling racial barriers. Serving in Texas, Robinson was court-martialed for refusing to move to the back of a military bus. He was eventually acquitted and given an honorable discharge.

This collage (left) hangs on the outfield wall at Jackie Robinson Stadium, paying tribute to UCLA’s first four-sport letterwinner.

Robinson on the Basketball Court Robinson on the Baseball Diamond Robinson played one season on the baseball team (1940), batting just .097 in CIBA (California Intercollegiate Baseball Association) play. In his first game (March 10), he had four hits and stole four bases, including home once.

Robinson on the Track and Field Team Jackie Robinson missed most of the 1940 track and field season while playing on the UCLA baseball team. Robinson won the NCAA title in the broad jump (24-10 1/4) that season after winning the Pacific Coast Conference meet with a leap of 25 feet (photo, above center).

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A two-year letterwinner on UCLA’s basketball team, Robinson led the Southern Division of the Pacific Coast Conference in scoring in 1940, averaging 12.4 points per game in 12 league contests. The four-sport letterwinner also led the Pacific Coast Conference in 1941, averaging 11.1 points pre game in 12 league games. Robinson played both seasons under nine-year head coach Wilbur Johns.


His military career finished, Robinson gave baseball another try. The Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Baseball League offered him a contract in 1944. Robinson quickly caught the attention of opposing managers, and more importantly, major league scouts. Brooklyn Dodger President Branch Rickey signed him to a minor league contract with a Montreal farm club in 1945. Robinson started the year on a hot streak, quickly earning the respect of the French-Canadian fans in Montreal. He completed the year by winning the International League batting title, hitting .349 in 124 games and leading his team to the championship. His success allowed Rickey to decide that everything was in order for a groundbreaking debut with the Dodgers. Rickey announced that Brooklyn had purchased Robinson’s contract on April 10, 1947. Five days later, Robinson grounded out against Johnny Sain of the Boston Braves, officially recording the first major league at-bat by an African-American. He won the first ever Rookie of the Year Award, an honor the National League renamed in his memory in 1987. During his 10-year career, Robinson compiled a .311 batting average and one National League MVP award, playing in six World Series and six All-Star games. Robinson was the first African-American to win the MVP award and the first to be elected to the Hall of Fame (1962). In 1957, the Dodgers traded Robinson to the New York Giants for pitcher Dick Littlefield and $30,000. Partially in response to this surprising move, Robinson decided it was time to end his playing days. That same year, Jackie was diagnosed with diabetes, a disease that led to his death in 1972. Prior to his passing on June 4, 1972, Robinson’s No. 42 was retired by the Dodgers along with Roy Campanella’s No. 39 and Sandy Koufax’s No. 32. On February 2, 1981, the finishing touches were put on Jackie Robinson Stadium, the current home of the Bruins. The U. S. Post Office issued the “Jackie Robinson Black Heritage” stamp on Aug. 2, 1982, featuring the first baseball player ever depicted on a U.S. stamp. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan acknowledged Robinson’s accomplishments by awarding him the Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian award. In March 2005, Robinson was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. The award was presented by President George W. Bush to members of Robinson’s family.

Jackie Robinson as a Brooklyn Dodger Jackie Robinson had a remarkable 10-year major league career, playing each season with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Robinson totaled 137 home runs and 734 RBI for Brooklyn, finishing his career with a .311 batting average, 947 runs and 197 stolen bases.

Robinson on the Football Field Jackie Robinson led the nation in punt return average in 1939 and 1940. Robinson averaged 16.5 yards per return in 1939 and followed that effort with 21.0 yards per return in 1940. Robinson’s career average of 18.8 yards per return ranks fourth in NCAA history. In 1940, he led UCLA in rushing (383 yds), passing (444 yds), total offense (827 yds), scoring (36 pts) and punt returns (21.0 ypr). In his two-year career on the gridiron, Robinson rushed for 954 yards (5.9 avg) and passed for 449 yards.

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The UCLA baseball program completed construction of the Jack and Rhodine Gifford Hitting Facility in February 2009 and has taken full advantage of the 10,500-square foot practice complex. The facility was generously funded by the late Jack Gifford and his wife, Rhodine. Jack played baseball at UCLA in the early 1960s before graduating in 1963. UCLA’s hitting facility stands behind the right field fence, extending from the right-field foul pole toward the stadium’s scoreboard in center field. Construction of the facility began in early December 2008, and the project was fully completed by early Februrary 2009.

UCLA’s hitting facility allows natural light and also features interior lighting. The floor consists of high-quality synthetic turf. In all, the complex allows for two 30-x-70-foot cages and three 20-x-60-foot cages, all which feature retractable netting.

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KEY FEATURES OF UCLA’S GIFFORD HITTING FACILITY • Dimensions of the practice complex run 23-feet high, 70-feet wide and 150-feet long • Practice complex features an adjustable interior design, accomodating up to five hitting cages at once • Cages include multiple pitching machines, including those capable of throwing breaking balls • Accomodates room for defensive drills and pitching instruction on the south-facing half of the complex • Spacious tee area within the facility allows for additional hitting drills • State-of-the-art synthetic turf allows position players to practice fielding The Jack and Rhodine Gifford Hitting Facility was “We are very thankful to Jack and Rhodine for their vision with this stateof-the-art hitting facility. This facility has brought a new dimension of player development to our program. Our players and coaches are very excited about having this training facility, one that is among the nicest in the country. The Jack and Rhodine Gifford Hitting Facility is a special place for all Bruins.” – UCLA head coach John Savage

built in less than five weeks, spanning from December 2008 through January 2009. Photos to the right (clockwise from top) show the construction of the hitting facility in December 2008.

Jack and Rhodine Gifford

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UCLA has sent 13 players to play for the USA Baseball National Team a total of 16 times, beginning with the selection of Shane Mack in 1984. Most recently, David Berg and Adam Plutko led Team USA to a thirdplace finish at the 2012 Honkbal-Haarlem Baseball Week in Haarlem, The Netherlands. Trevor Bauer and Gerrit Cole’s selection in 2009 marked the first time a Bruin had been named to the USA Baseball National Team since 2006, when three-year UCLA starting shortstop Brandon Crawford helped lead Team USA to the 2006 FISU World Championship that summer. UCLA’s student-athletes have not been the only individuals affiliated with Team USA’s National Team. While working as an assistant coach at USC in the summer of 2000, current UCLA head coach John Savage served as an assistant to Mike Gillespie for the USA National Team of collegiate all-stars.

UCLA Player David Berg Adam Plutko Gerrit Cole Steve Rodriguez Trevor Bauer Brandon Crawford

Jim Parque is the first UCLA ballplayer to have pitched for the USA National Team and at the College World Series.

Years 2012 2012 2009, 2010 2010 2009 2006

UCLA Player Josh Karp Jon Brandt Bill Scott Eric Valent Jim Parque Troy Glaus Shane Mack

Years 1999, 2000 1999 1999 1997 1996 1995, 1996 1984

 In two summers pitching for the USA National Team, Gerrit Cole went 6-0 with a 0.91 ERA, logging 69 strikeouts and 14 walks in 59.0 innings. He led the USA National Team in innings both summers, appearing in 11 total games (nine starts).

 Jim Parque’s National Team Stats YR 1996

ERA 3.30

W-L 1-0

G/GS 15/0

CG SV 0 3

IP 30.0

H 32

R 14

ER 11

BB 11

SO 37

OAV .274

Gerrit Cole’s National Team Stats  YR 2009 2010 TOTALS

ERA 1.06 0.72 0.91

W-L G/GS CG SV IP 4-0 6/5 1 0 34.0 2-0 5/4 0 1 25.0 6-0 11/9 1 1 59.0

H 11 24 35

R ER 4 4 4 2 8 6

BB 10 4 14

SO OAV 46 .104 23 .267 69 .179

Troy Glaus’s National Team Stats 

 Jon Brandt’s National Team Stats YR 1999

ERA 7.12

W-L 1-2

G/GS 9/4

CG 0

YR 1999

AVG .340

GP-GS AB 36-34 141

R 31

SV 0

IP 30.1

H 38

R 28

ER 24

BB 13

SO 26

YR 1995 1996 TOTALS

OAV .314

Bill Scott’s National Team Stats  H 48

2B 8

3B 2

HR 9

RBI BB SB-SBA OBP 32 8 4-6 .373

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AVG GP-GS AB .306 35-27 111 .342 35-31 120 .324 70-58 231

R 19 35 54

H 34 41 75

2B 3B 3 0 8 2 11 2

HR 2 15 17

RBI 15 34 49

BB SB-SBA OBP 10 0-1 .369 16 0-0 .423 26 0-1 .396


UCLA head coach John Savage served as pitching coach of the U.S. National Team of collegiate all-stars in the summer of 2000.

Steve Rodriguez’s National Team Stats  YR 2010

AVG GP-GS .080 11-8

AB 25

R 2

H 2

2B 3B 0 0

HR RBI BB SB-SBA OBP 0 0 5 1-2 .281

Eric Valent’s National Team Stats  YR 1996

AVG GP-GS AB R .345 34-31 119 24

H 41

2B 3B 10 3

 Brandon Crawford’s National Team Stats YR 2006

AVG GP-GS .257 23-10

AB 35

R 7

H 9

2B 3B 2 0

HR RBI BB SB-SBA OBP 0 6 3 1-2 .315

 Shane Mack’s National Team Stats YR 1984

AVG .287

GP 34

AB 115

R 21

H 33

2B 4

3B 3

HR 4

RBI 14

BB 20

SB 4

Adam Plutko’s National Team Stats  YR 2012 Josh YR 1999 2000 TOTALS

ERA 2.63

W-L 0-0

G/GS 3/3

CG 0

SV 0

IP 13.2

H 9

ERA 3.72

W-L 0-1

G/GS 9/0

CG 0

SV 2

ERA 3.72 1.82 2.79

W-L 4-2 3-0 7-2

G/GS 7/6 7/6 14/12

CG 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 36.1 34.2 71.0

H 37 27 64

R 15 12 27

IP 11.2

H 13

R 5

ER 4

BB 4

SO 10

OAV .277

Trevor Bauer’s National Team Stats  YR 2009

ERA 4.67

W-L 1-1

G/GS 5/3

CG 1

ER 4

ER 15 7 22

BB 13 13 26

BB 5

SO 12

Karp’s National Team Stats

David Berg’s National Team Stats  YR 2012

R 4

SV 0

IP 17.1

H 13

R 10

ER 9

17

BB 7

SO 24

OAV .213

SO 35 38 73

OAV .276 .216 .240

OAV .188

HR RBI BB SB-SBA OBP 7 34 16 1-3 .413


The UCLA Baseball team will enter the 2013 season as the two-time defending Pac-12 Conference champions. The Bruins bring back their entire starting rotation from a year ago and other key starting position players as they look to return to the College World Series for the third time in the last four years. John Savage, who is entering his ninth year as head coach of the Bruins, has led the team to six postseason appearances in his eight seasons at the helm and has brought the program to new heights under his leadership. A major strength of the 2013 team will come from the pitching staff as juniors Adam Plutko, Nick Vander Tuig and Zack Weiss, and sophomore Grant Watson all return to the starting rotation. Redshirt junior Ryan Deeter and sophomore All-American David Berg are also back to anchor a very strong bullpen. Back in September, the Bruins brought in the No. 2 ranked recruiting class in the country, headlined by freshmen pitchers Cody Poteet, Hunter Virant and James Kaprielian. “The core strength of our team is pitching,” Savage said. “It’s a very talented group of juniors and we have two sophomores that came on last year to become AllAmericans and All-Conference pitchers. We also have as talented freshman pitching since Gerrit Cole and Trevor Bauer. Our starting pitching will be better than it was last year. Plutko, Vander Tuig, Watson and Weiss will all be better this year. The additions of Poteet, Virant and Kaprielian will add more depth to our staff.” On the other side, UCLA will have to replace five position players from last year’s team. Gone are outfielders Jeff Gelalich, Beau Amaral and Cody Keefer, along with catcher Tyler Heineman and versatile infielder Trevor Brown. The Bruins will look to a new group of juniors and underclassmen to fill the void left by those players. “We lost both catchers and our entire outfield to the MLB Draft,” said Savage, “so there will be new players in those positions. We planned for that and we like the guys that are going to come in and do the job.” PITCHING With all four starting pitchers back from last year, along with two key bullpen guys and a wealth of talented freshmen, the Bruins will boast one of the best pitching staffs top to bottom in the entire country. It starts with Plutko, who captured All-American honors in 2012 and returns as the ace of the staff in 2013. He went 12-3 with a 2.48 ERA and 99 strikeouts during his sophomore year and enters the spring as a preseason AllAmerican. In two seasons, Plutko has gone 19-7 with a 2.26 ERA while limiting the opposition to just a .205 batting average against him. He’s come up even bigger in the postseason, going 4-0 with a 0.88 ERA in four postseason starts, logging 27 strikeouts and just nine walks in 30.2

innings pitched. His 0.88 ERA mark and four postseason victories are both UCLA records. “Plutko has really established himself as one of the top right-handed pitchers in the country,” Savage said. “He’s thrown over 227 innings the past two seasons and his hits, walks, strikeouts and ERA are ranked among the best in the country. He also led us to our second straight Pac-12 Championship and a trip to Omaha by what he did the last seven weeks of the season. He’s stronger, in better shape and we really look for Adam to carry the team on Friday nights.” Vander Tuig will return as UCLA’s Saturday starter after winning 10 games a year ago. Vander Tuig struck out 77 batters in 109.2 innings last year while recording a 4.43 ERA and walking just 25 batters. In the postseason, Vander Tuig was even better, going 2-1 with 24 strikeouts in three postseason starts, highlighted by a career-high 11 strikeout performance against New Mexico in the NCAA Los Angeles Regional. “Nick is a 10-game winner coming off of a tremendous year,” Savage said. “He’s a four pitch guy who took off down the stretch last season and pitched very well in the postseason.” Four guys will be battling for the Sunday and Tuesday starter spots this spring in Weiss, Watson, Poteet and Virant. Weiss was the Bruins’ Sunday starter in 2012, going 3-3 with a 4.28 ERA and 44 strikeouts in 69.1 innings pitched. As a freshman in 2011, Weiss served as UCLA’s midweek starter and saw time out of the bullpen, making 22 appearances (nine starts) and going 5-3 with a 2.86 ERA. Watson, of Bakersfield, Calif., is coming off a stellar freshman season that saw him go 9-2 in 35 apperances (15 starts). He pitched both on Tuesdays and out of the bullpen and tied the school record for single-season wins by a freshman (9). Virant and Poteet are both heralded freshmen who were drafted in the 2012 MLB Draft. Virant, a 6-foot-4 left-hander from Camarillo, Calif., was drafted in the 11th round by the Houston Astros after enjoying a great four-year career at Camarillo High School. Poteet, a 6-foot-1 right-hander, was selected in the 27th round by the Washington Nationals. Both freshmen will look to contribute on the mound right away in 2013. “Sundays and Tuesdays are a battle right now,” Savage said. “It’s down to four guys for two spots. We have an experienced junior in Weiss, a left-hander in Watson that’s coming off a nine-win season, and two freshmen who could be potential first-rounders down the road in Poteet and Virant. It’s going to be a battle.” The Bruins also boast a deep bullpen led by sophomore All-American David Berg. Berg established the Pac-12 and UCLA record for single-season appearances (50), one shy of the NCAA Division I all-time single-season record, as a

UCLA reached the College World Series for the second time in three years in 2012. Head Coach John Savage became the first coach in school history to lead the Bruins to two College World Series apperances as the team played three games at the state-of-the-art TD Ameritrade Park.

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freshman in 2012 and led the Pac-12 with a 1.46 ERA in 74 innings pitched. As a sidearm right-hander, Berg will look to build off of the success of his freshman season and continue to be a major contributor in the later innings for the Bruins. Redshirt junior Ryan Deeter also returns after sporting a 0.89 ERA last season in 36 relief appearances. Freshman James Kaprielian will make an impact in the bullpen as well after having an outstanding career as a starter at Beckman High School in Irvine, Calif. “We like our bullpen,” Savage said. “Kaprielian, Berg and Deeter will look to close the game out. We’ve had a lot of success in the last two or three innings of the game and look to continue that trend this year.” CATCHERS Having lost 2012 All-Pac-12 selection Tyler Heineman and fellow catcher Trevor Brown, the Bruins will look to a new group of players to fill the void behind the plate. “We had two of the best catchers in the country last year with Heineman and Brown and we’ve got a lot of guys on this team that could potentially contribute,” Savage said. One of the leading candidates to take over the catcher spot is sophomore Shane Zeile, who is a converted infielder entering his first season as a catcher. Zeile proved to be one of UCLA’s most versatile players in 2012, playing in 33 games at first base, second base, designated hitter and as a relief pitcher. He batted .371 in 62 plate apperances as a freshman, recording 10 RBI. Zeile also is coming off of an impressive summer where he hit a team-leading .324 in 28 games for the Walla Walla Sweets of the West Coast Collegiate League. Also looking to compete for playing time behind the plate will be freshman Darrell Miller Jr. The 6-foot-2 product from Yorba Linda, Calif. enjoyed a great four-year career at Servite High School in Anaheim, Calif., and was selected in the 34th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies. Additionally, redshirt freshman Justin Hazard will compete for time at the catcher position. “We really like our versatility back there with two righthanded hitters and one left-handed hitter,” Savage said. “Zeile is the most experienced offensive player of the group so right now he’s leading the charge.” INFIELD The Bruins return a wealth of experience in the infield, returning four players that have seen extensive time in the infield over their careers. Senior Cody Regis returns to man first base after being one of UCLA’s best power hitters the last three years. As a freshman in 2010, Regis batted .312 with nine homers,


17 doubles, 47 RBI and 41 runs. As a sophomore in 2011, he batted .284 with six homers, 10 doubles, 45 RBI and 20 runs. Regis will enter his senior year with a .278 batting average and 16 home runs in 178 games played. “Regis has played in the most postseason games in the history of the program and is a very experienced player,” Savage said. “He’s been a part of two Pac-12 Championship teams, two College World Series teams and he’s really seen it all. He’s the only senior in our program in the last two years and we expect big things out of him this coming season.” Junior Pat Gallagher will also push for playing time at first base after making a big impression during the fall. Gallagher is in his third season in Westwood and is expected to make a much bigger impact this spring. “Pat Gallagher has made tremendous strides,” said Savage. “He’s been swinging the bat well this fall and has gotten much better defensively. We look for him to compete for playing time at first base.” Junior Kevin Williams returns at second base this season after making 49 starts at the position a year ago. Williams enjoyed a great sophomore campaign, hitting .302 with two home runs, 21 RBI and 28 runs all while playing stellar defense at second base. Williams is currently battling a shoulder injury, but will likely return to the field soon. “Kevin Williams is one of the better athletes in our program,” said Savage. “He really played well at second base down the stretch last season. He got hurt the first day of fall, but we look forward to having him back by the first week in March. He had the big home run against Arizona State last year and he’s another very experienced player that will lead our infield.” With Williams injured to start the season, freshman Trent Chatterton will step into the second base position in Williams’ absence. Chatterton can play multiple positions and is coming off of a great four-year career at Pacifica High School. “Chatterton is a very versatile athlete who will bring depth to our infield,” Savage said. “He is a very steady player who will only get better with playing time.” Sophomore Kevin Kramer returns to third base again in his second year as a starter. In his freshman year, Kramer hit .281 with five doubles, 13 RBI and 18 runs. Kramer stepped up his game in the postseason, leading the Bruins with a .385 batting average in postseason play while notching three doubles, three runs and five RBI. He continued his torrid pace into the summer, leading the La Crosse Loggers to the Northwoods Summer League title after hitting .339 with 21 RBI for the club. “We’re looking for Kramer to establish himself at third base,” Savage said. “He has made tremendous strides as a player. He had an outstanding summer in the Northwoods League and has really gotten his body into the best shape of his career. He had clutch hits in the postseason and we think he can maintain that throughout the entire year.” The shortstop position appears to be solidified as junior Pat Valaika enters his third year as the starting shortstop. Valaika has played in 114 games the past two years, all of which came at shortstop, and will be the cornerstone of the infield in 2013. He increased his average from .238 as a freshman to .266 as a sophomore and is expected to be an even bigger run producer this spring. As one of the team captains, Valaika will undoubtedly be one of the leaders of the team. “Pat is one of the more experienced players in our program,” Savage said. “He has been one of the most consistent players in his first two years and is the strength of our ballclub. He can catch it, he can throw it and he can lead the team. He’s the quarterback out there and we really like his presence. He had a good summer with the Chatham Anglers in the Cape Cod League and we expect big things from him this year.” Sophomore Chris Keck will add depth in the infield while seeing time at the designated hitter position. Keck spent most of his freshman season as a utility player off the bench, but proved to be a big threat in the lineup, batting .293 in 28 games while going 6-16 as a pinch hitter. He

David Berg set the Pac-12 and school record for single-season apperances (50) in 2012, falling just one appearance shy of the NCAA Division I record. Berg also led the Pac-12 with a 1.46 ERA in 74.0 innings pitched.

will be counted on to step up and play a much larger role in 2013. “Chris Keck is a left-handed power threat who’s a middle of the lineup type hitter,” said Savage. “He has a plus arm in the field and is continuing to improve his fielding skills. He possesses two major league tools in his power and his arm. We’re looking for him to be an everyday defender.” OUTFIELD Returning players Brian Carroll, Brenton Allen and Eric Filia will all look to fill the outfield spots while redshirt freshman Christoph Bono and true freshman Ty Moore will compete for playing time as well. Juniors Carroll and Allen are entering their third year in the program and will look to emerge into greater roles this spring. Allen, who was a ninth round draft pick of the Phillies out of Gahr High School, has hit .292 in 25 games over the past two seasons and will look to be an offensive threat from the left-side of the plate. Carroll is a plus defender with plus speed who is poised to have a strong year in center field. Filia provides a strong, left-handed presence at the plate as he enters his sophomore year. He hit .245 with eight RBI last season, but had a breakout summer, leading the Wisconsin Woodchucks of the Northwoods League with a .383 batting average, 32 runs, 37 RBI and 24 stolen bases in 39 games. Moore, a Mission Viejo native, enjoyed an outstanding fouryear high school career at Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif. He was twice named the Orange County Player of the Year (2011-12) and was named the Gatorade State Player of the Year as a senior in 2012. Moore was also selected in the 25th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Yankees, but decided to take the opportunity to play at UCLA instead. Bono was a two-sport athlete in 2012, playing both football and baseball for the Bruins. This year, he has chosen to focus on baseball and is expected to push for playing time in the outfield. “Our outfield situation is very similar to our catching situation,” Savage said. “We lost three really good players in Amaral, Gelalich and Keefer, so there will be an adjustment. We’ve got Allen and Moore in left, Carroll and Bono in center, and Filia in right. The outfield is going to have a different look to it, but we have some young, talented players that we are excited about.” THE SCHEDULE UCLA’s 56-game regular season includes 30 Pac-12 Conference games against ten conference opponents.

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The Bruins open the season with four weekends of nonconference play. UCLA will open the season with a threegame home series against Minnesota from Feb. 15-17 before making their first ever visit to Waco, Tex. to take on Baylor in a three-game series from Feb. 22-24. The Bruins will also host Wright State for the first time in program history from March 1-3 and play a non-conference game against Notre Dame on March 8. UCLA will also play 15 games against teams ranked in the Baseball America preseason top-25. The Bruins will play three-game series against conference foes Oregon, Stanford, Oregon State and Arizona. Additionally, UCLA will play a two-game set against Cal State Fullerton and one game against Oklahoma. As in previous years, the Bruins will play a very competitive midweek schedule, lined with non-conference games against Hawaii, Cal State Northridge, Fullerton, UC Santa Barbara, Long Beach State and UC Irvine. UCLA will also play a non-conference weekend series against Loyola Marymount at Jackie Robinson Stadium from April 12-14. The Bruins will open up Pac-12 play with a three-game series versus Washington from March 15-17. UCLA will also host three-game Pac-12 series against California (March 22-24), Oregon State (April 5-7), Utah (May 3-5) and defending NCAA Champion Arizona (May 10-12). The Bruins will face a tough Pac-12 road slate as well that includes trips to Arizona State (March 28-30), Oregon (April 13-15), Washington State (April 26-28), USC (May 17-19) and Stanford (May 24-26). UCLA’s last seven schedules have been ranked among the top-five-most difficult in the country, as ranked by Boyd’s World (strength of schedule ranking service, boydsworld. com). The Bruins’ schedule was ranked No. 1 in 2006 and 2010, No. 2 in 2007, No. 3 in 2008 and 2009, No. 4 in 2012 and No. 5 in 2011. In addition, UCLA’s RPI has been ranked in the top-five two of the last three seasons. The Bruins were No. 1 in 2012 and No. 5 in 2010. “We pride ourselves on our schedule,” Savage said. “Our RPI was No. 1 last year and that’s really a difficult task to accomplish. To win the Pac-12 the last two years is an exciting accomplishment, but every season provides a new challenge. With Minnesota, Baylor, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and all of the Southern California teams like Long Beach, Fullerton, Santa Barbara, Irvine and Northridge, our RPI is going to be very good again. The conference takes care of itself with regards to RPI. You have four or five teams in the top 25 and it just says a lot about our conference. It’s a very difficult schedule. We think it prepares us for not only the Pac-12, but hopefully the postseason.”


2013 ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. Yr. 1 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 18 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 38 40 44 45 47 48

Jeff Turley Christoph Bono Eric Filia Kevin Williams Kevin Kramer Trent Chatterton Adam Plutko Pat Valaika James Kaprielian Grant Watson Shane Zeile Nick Kern Cody Regis Nick Vander Tuig Brenton Allen Brian Carroll Chris Keck David Berg Pat Gallagher Justin Hazard Ty Moore Jake Ehret Darrell Miller Jr. Zack Weiss Hunter Virant Cody Poteet Chase Radan Tyler Scott Ryan Deeter Brett Urabe Max Schuh Aaron Weimer Tucker Forbes

OF OF OF INF INF INF RHP INF RHP LHP C/INF RHP INF RHP OF OF INF RHP INF INF OF RHP C RHP LHP RHP RHP OF RHP INF LHP C RHP

B/T Ht.

Fr. RS Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. RS Fr. Fr. RS Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. RS Fr. RS Jr. Fr. RS So. RS Jr. Fr.

L/R L/R L/R L/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/R R/R L/L R/R L/R R/R L/R L/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R R/R

5-11 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-4 5-11 6-9

Wt. Exp. Hometown (Previous School)

No. Name

187 170 180 195 197 170 192 206 195 185 188 184 235 195 225 177 205 190 224 191 190 207 238 210 180 191 184 220 180 170 205 183 210

23 26 3 24 8 40 30 4 48 27 28 11 25 16 7 31 29 9 34 35 18 45 38 1 44 10 21 33 12 47 32 5 14

HS 1V 1V 2V 1V HS 2V 2V HS 1V 1V HS 3V 2V 2V 2V 1V 1V 2V 1V 1V 1V HS 2V HS HS HS RS 2V HS 1V 2V HS

Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Poly HS) Palo Alto, Calif. (Palo Alto HS) Huntington Beach, Calif. (Edison HS) Van Nuys, Calif. (Crespi HS) Turlock, Calif. (Turlock HS) Garden Grove, Calif. (Pacifica HS) Glendora, Calif. (Glendora HS) Valencia, Calif. (Hart HS) Tustin, Calif. (Beckman HS) Bakersfield, Calif. (Centennial HS) Valencia, Calif. (Valencia HS) Brea, Calif. (Brea Olinda HS) Glendora, Calif. (Glendora HS) Oakdale, Calif. (Oakdale HS) Cerritos, Calif. (Gahr HS) San Diego, Calif. (Granite Hills HS) Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley HS) Covina, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS) Reno, Nev. (Reno HS) Tusitn, Calif. (Beckman HS) Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mater Dei HS) San Dimas, Calif. (San Dimas HS) Yorba Linda, Calif. (Servite HS) Irvine, Calif. (Northwood HS) Camarillo, Calif. (Camaraillo HS) Bonita, Calif. (Christian HS) Tustin, Calif. (Mater Dei HS) Novato, Calif. (Marin Catholic HS) Newark, Calif. (Newark Memorial HS) Huntington Beach, Calif. (Huntington Beach HS) Fresno, Calif. (Edison HS) Fresno, Calif. (Bullard HS) Pebble Beach, Calif. (Stevenson School)

Coaching Staff 22 17 2 19

John Savage Rex Peters T.J. Bruce Jake Silverman

Head Coach (9th season) Assistant Coach (2nd season) Assistant Coach (3rd season) Assistant Coach (3rd season)

Nevada ’91 Cal State Fullerton ’89 Long Beach State ’04 Cal State Fullerton ’10

BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Freshmen (15) Christoph Bono^ Trent Chatterton Jake Ehret^ Tucker Forbes Justin Hazard^ James Kaprielian Nick Kern Darrell Miller Jr. Ty Moore Cody Poteet Chase Radan Tyler Scott^ Jeff Turley Brett Urabe Hunter Virant ^ redshirt freshman

Sophomores (7) David Berg Eric Filia Chris Keck Kevin Kramer Max Schuh^ Grant Watson Shane Zeile ^ redshirt sophomore

Position

Brenton Allen David Berg Christoph Bono Brian Carroll Trent Chatterton Ryan Deeter Jake Ehret Eric Filia Tucker Forbes Pat Gallagher Justin Hazard James Kaprielian Chris Keck Nick Kern Kevin Kramer Darrell Miller Jr. Ty Moore Adam Plutko Cody Poteet Chase Radan Cody Regis Max Schuh Tyler Scott Jeff Turley Brett Urabe Pat Valaika Nick Vander Tuig Hunter Virant Grant Watson Aaron Weimer Zack Weiss Kevin Williams Shane Zeile

Pronunciation Guide Christoph Bono Ehret Kaprielian Poteet Radan Schuh Urabe Vander Tuig Virant Weimer Zeile

KRIHS-tawf BOH-noh AIR-et kah-PREEL-ee-an POH-teet RAY-den SHOO yoo-RAH-bee VAN-der TYGH vur-ANT WY-mer ZEE-ill

BREAKDOWN BY STATE, COUNTY Juniors (10) Seniors (1) Brenton Allen Cody Regis Brian Carroll Ryan Deeter^ Pat Gallagher Adam Plutko Pat Valaika Nick Vander Tuig Aaron Weimer^ Zack Weiss Kevin Williams

California (32) Orange County (10)

Fresno County (2)

Nevada (1)

Schuh, Weimer

Pat Gallagher

Chatterton, Filia, Hazard, Kaprielian, Kern, Miller Jr., Moore, Radan, Urabe, Weiss

Kern County (1)

Los Angeles County (9)

Scott

Allen, Berg, Ehret, Plutko, Regis, Turley, Valaika, Williams, Zeile

Monterey County (1)

Alameda County (2)

Santa Clara County (1)

^ redshirt junior

San Diego County (2)

Deeter, Keck Carroll, Poteet

Stanislaus County (2) Kramer, Vander Tuig

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Watson

Marin County (1) Forbes Bono

Ventura County (1) Virant

OF RHP OF OF INF RHP RHP OF RHP INF INF/C RHP INF RHP INF C OF RHP RHP RHP INF LHP OF OF INF INF RHP LHP LHP C RHP INF C/INF


RADIO/TV ROSTER

Jeff Turley

1

5-11, 187 – OF – Freshman

9

6-3, 192 – RHP – Junior

18

Adam Plutko

Cody Regis 6-2, 235 – INF – Senior

27

Pat Gallagher

33

Hunter Virant

6-2, 224 – INF – Junior

6-4, 180 – LHP – Freshman

Christoph Bono

3

6-1, 170 – OF – RS Freshman

10

5-11, 206 – INF – Junior

21

Pat Valaika

Nick Vander Tuig 6-3, 195 – RHP – Junior

4

Cody Poteet 6-1, 191 – RHP – Freshman

5

Kevin Williams 6-0, 195 – INF – Junior

7

Kevin Kramer 6-0, 197 – INF – Sophomore

8

James Kaprielian Grant Watson Shane Zeile 11 6-4, 195 – RHP – Freshman 12 6-0, 185 – LHP – Sophomore 14 6-1, 188 – C/INF – Sophomore 16

23

Hazard 28 6-2,Justin 191 – INF – RS Freshman 29

34

Eric Filia 6-0, 180 – OF – Sophomore

35

Brenton Allen 6-1, 225 – OF – Junior

Ty Moore 6-0, 190 – OF – Freshman

Chase Radan 6-4, 184 – RHP – Freshman

Schuh 45 6-4, 205Max – LHP – RS Sophomore 47

24

Brian Carroll 5-10, 177 – OF – Junior

Scott 38 6-2, 220Tyler – OF – RS Freshman 40

5-11, 183 – C – RS Junior

21

48

5-8, 170 – INF – Freshman

Nick Kern 5-11, 184 – RHP – Freshman

Keck David Berg 25 6-2, 205Chris – INF – Sophomore 26 6-0, 190 – RHP – Sophomore

Ehret 30 6-3, 207 Jake – RHP – RS Freshman 31

Aaron Weimer

Trent Chatterton

Darrell Miller Jr.

Zack Weiss

6-2, 238 – C – Freshman

32

Ryan Deeter

Urabe 44 5-10,Brett 170 – INF – Freshman

6-0, 180 – RHP – RS Junior

Tucker Forbes 6-9, 210 – RHP – Freshman

6-3, 210 – RHP – Junior


COACHING STAFF

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JOHN

UCLA has hosted postseason play at Steele Field at Jackie Robinson Stadium the past three seasons (2010-12). In 2011, the Bruins entered the NCAA Los Angeles Regional as the No. 1 seed for the second consecutive year and went 2-2. In 2010, UCLA hosted postseason games for the first time since 1986, defeating Kent State, defending national champion LSU and UC Irvine before hosting an NCAA Super Regional for the first time in program history.

SAVAGE

Record at UCLA: 275-207 (8 seasons) Overall Record: 363-291-1 (11 seasons)

Through eight seasons as UCLA’s head coach, John Savage has established the Bruins as a national championship contender. He has guided UCLA to the postseason in six of the last seven seasons, leading the Bruins to the College World Series in two of the last three years. In 2010, UCLA advanced to the finals of the College World Series for the first time in school history. Savage’s players have also succeeded in the professional ranks, as 58 Bruins in the last eight seasons have been selected in the MLB Draft. In 2012, Savage helped UCLA posted a 48-16 mark, culminating in the program’s fourth appearance in the College World Series. UCLA won the Pac-12 co-championship (tied with Arizona), marking the first time in school history that the Bruins had won back-to-back conference titles. UCLA finished with at least 48 wins for the second time in three seasons, and reached the 40-win plateau for the eighth time in school history. In addition, UCLA’s 2012 ballclub hosted the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional for the second time in three seasons and the NCAA Los Angeles Regional for the third consecutive season. Spearheaded by hitting coach Rex Peters, UCLA raised its batting average by 41 points in 2012. Over the past three seasons, Savage has led UCLA to remarkable heights. In 2012, the Bruins earned the NCAA Tournament’s No. 2 national seed, swept an NCAA Regional at home, and won two games against TCU in the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional. UCLA won the Pac-12 co-championship in 2012 by winning eight of its final nine Pac-12 games, including a three-game sweep of crosstown rival USC during the final weekend of the regular season. At season’s end, seven players were selected within the first 15 rounds of the MLB Draft. Six Bruins captured All-Pac-12 Team honors, the highest number of selections at UCLA since 1997.

At the 2010 NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional, UCLA won the final two games of the series against Cal State Fullerton to secure their third appearance in the College World Series, UCLA’s first berth since 1997. At the College World Series, the Bruins defeated Florida once and TCU twice to advance to the best-of-three finals, before dropping two games to South Carolina. Under Savage’s guidance, UCLA opened 2010 with a 22-0 record, the program’s longest win streak and best start to a season. After finishing second in the Pac-10 Conference, a league that sent eight of its 10 teams to the postseason, the Bruins’ pitching staff set the school and Pac-10 record for strikeouts in a season (700). Savage’s work with UCLA’s pitchers has been most evident with the development of a formidable 1-2 punch in right-handers Gerrit Cole and Trevor Bauer. In three seasons at UCLA (2009-11), Bauer established UCLA’s all-time records in strikeouts (460), wins (34) and innings (373.1) and set the program’s top two marks in single-season strikeouts. Bauer logged a nation-leading and Pac-12 record 203

Savage has become one of eight head coaches in the history of college baseball to have led his team to a College World Series, produced a No. 1 overall MLB Draft selection and coached a Golden Spikes Award winner. Savage is joined in that illustrious circle by former head coaches Skip Bertman (LSU) and Jim Brock (Arizona State) and current head coaches Tim Corbin (Vanderbilt), Augie Garrido (Cal State Fullerton, now at Texas), Jack Leggett (Clemson), Mike Martin (Florida State) and Jim Morris (Miami). In 2011, the Bruins captured their first outright Pac-10 Conference title since 1986. After hosting an NCAA Regional at Jackie Robinson Stadium, top right-handed pitchers Gerrit Cole and Trevor Bauer were selected No. 1 and No. 3, respectively, in the first round of the 2011 MLB Draft. No college program had seen two of its players selected within the draft’s first three selections since 1978 (Arizona State). In July 2011, Bauer became UCLA’s first-ever Golden Spikes Award winner, earning a coveted award presented annually by the USA Baseball Federation to the nation’s premier amateur player. Additionally, Bauer became the first player in school history to earn National Player of the Year honors from either Baseball America or Collegiate Baseball. Savage helped UCLA’s 2011 pitching staff post the nation’s third-lowest ERA (2.44), the lowest mark on record in school history. Likewise, the Bruins’ staff finished the year second, nationally, in strikeouts per nine innings (9.8) and hits allowed per nine innings (6.61). In 2010, UCLA logged the nation’s second-lowest ERA (3.00). That year, the Bruins’ staff ranked first in the country in strikeouts per nine innings (10.2) and second in hits allowed per nine innings (7.31). In 2010, Savage helped lead UCLA to its most successful season in school history while the Bruins played the nation’s most challenging schedule, as ranked by Boyd’s World. UCLA set the school record for single-season wins (51) and most wins during the regular season (43) while landing their firstever national seed (No. 6-seed) in the NCAA Tournament. During the Bruins’ run through the College World Series, Savage was named the National Coach of the Year by CollegeBaseballInsider.com.

Savage’s Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 Career UCLA UC Irvine

School UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UC Irvine UC Irvine UC Irvine 11 years 8 years 3 years

Record 48-16 35-24 51-17 27-29 33-27 33-28 33-25 15-41 34-23-1 21-35 33-26 363-291-1 275-207 88-84-1

Pct. .750 .593 .750 .482 .550 .541 .560 .260 .595 .375 .559 .555 .571 .509

Conf. 20-10 18-9 18-9 15-12 13-11 14-10 13-10 4-20 10-11 8-13 14-10 147-125 115-91 32-34

Pct. .667 .667 .667 .555 .542 .583 .565 .167 .476 .381 .583 .540 .558 .484

Postseason College World Series (Pac-12 Co-Champions) Los Angeles Regional (Pac-10 Champions) College World Series runner-up Fullerton Regional Fullerton Super Regional Malibu Regional Midwest Regional 2 CWS, 3 Super Reg., 7 Regionals 2 CWS, 3 Super Reg., 6 Regionals 1 Regional

Savage’s Year-by-Year Assistant Coaching Record Year 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992* Totals

School USC USC USC USC Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada 9 years

Record 44-20 36-26 49-17 42-20 30-19 35-18 41-15 28-19-1 43-11-1 348-165-2

Pct. .688 .581 .742 .677 .612 .660 .732 .615 .791 .677

*Nevada maintained an independent affiliation in 1992.

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Conf. 16-8 17-7 21-9 17-13 8-13 12-9 16-5 7-14 ---114-78

Pct. .667 .708 .700 .567 .381 .571 .761 .333 ---.594

Postseason College World Series West Super Regional NCAA Champions South II Regional Final Midwest Regional (Big West Champions) 1 NCAA Championship 2 Super Regionals, 5 Regionals


COACHING STAFF strikeouts in 2011 after having led the country with 165 strikeouts in 2010. Cole served as UCLA’s Friday night pitcher in each of his three seasons (2009-11), logging 376 strikeouts, the secondhighest career total in program history and becoming the first pitcher in program history to record at least 100 strikeouts in each of three seasons. Through the last seven years, Savage’s teams have posted the second-most wins (111) and secondhighest win percentage (.610) of any Pac-12 team in conference games only. Similarly, UCLA has collected the third-most wins (254) and fourth-highest win percentage (.608) of Pac-12 teams in all games. The Bruins finished in third place in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 before earning a secondplace finish in 2010 and conference titles in 2011 and 2012. At least one UCLA pitcher from 2006 through 2011 registered at least 100 strikeouts - David Huff (100) in 2006; Tyson Brummett (138) in 2007; Tim Murphy (111) in 2008; Gerrit Cole (104) in 2009; Trevor Bauer (165), Cole (153) and Rob Rasmussen (128) in 2010; Bauer (203) and Cole (119) in 2011. In 2009, Savage led UCLA to a third-place finish in the Pac-10 for the fourth consecutive season. The Bruins went 27-29 with a 15-12 mark in Pac-10 play. That year, UCLA’s pitching staff finished ninth in the nation in strikeouts per nine innings (9.3) and 14th in hits allowed per nine innings (8.79). The team’s success on the mound was fueled by Bauer and Cole, who finished the year as two of the conference’s three freshmen to earn All-Pac-10 team honors. Bauer captured National Freshman Pitcher of the Year honors from Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball and was named a first-team Freshman All-America selection by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). Cody Decker became the first Bruin to hit 20 or more home runs under Savage in one season. He finished his senior season with 21 homers, becoming UCLA’s first Pac-10 home run leader since 2002. In 2008, UCLA became the school’s first baseball team to secure a third consecutive trip to NCAA postseason play. The Bruins went 33-27 with a 13-11 Pac-10 record, culminating in an NCAA Regional Final berth at Cal State Fullerton. UCLA’s pitching staff recorded a conference-leading 4.29 ERA in Pac-10 action. Murphy guided the Bruins’ rotation in 2008 and became the first UCLA pitcher to lead the Pac-10 in strikeouts (111) since 1996, when Jim Parque totaled 116 strikeouts. The Bruins’ regular-season schedule featured 26 games against teams that advanced to NCAA postseason play. In 2007, Savage helped UCLA overcome an 8-14 start and record a 33-28 overall record, en route to the program’s first NCAA Super Regional appearance since 2000. The Bruins went 14-10 with a third-place finish in the Pac-10. UCLA won 19 of 23 games midway through the 2007 season, marking the team’s most successful stretch since 1997, when UCLA last advanced to the College World Series. The Bruins’ road to the Super Regionals that season included 29 games against 11 teams that earned NCAA Tournament berths, including 14 contests against teams that advanced to Super Regionals. Backed by three masterful performances from its starting pitchers, UCLA swept the NCAA Long Beach Regional at Blair Field. Brummett came within one out of tossing a complete game in a 7-3 win over Pepperdine, before Murphy recorded the save. Gavin Brooks threw a complete game in a 3-1 victory over Illinois-Chicago, and Murphy went the distance in a 7-4, regional-clinching victory over host Long Beach State. Savage’s tutelage proved instrumental in the development of Brummett, an All-Pac-10 selection, and the emergence of Brooks and Murphy. By season’s end, UCLA landed five players on the All-Pac-10 team, the most selections by any Bruin baseball team since 2000. Freshman outfielder Gabe Cohen secured Co-Newcomer of the Year honors, and Decker earned his first of two All-Pac-10 team selections. The 2007 ballclub earned five consecutive Pac-10 series wins, as UCLA took two of three games against Washington, Arizona and California in addition to road sweeps of Stanford and USC. UCLA faced the second-most difficult schedule in the nation and the No. 1 most challenging non-conference slate, as rated by Boyd’s World. Savage engineered a quick turnaround in 2006, leading the Bruins to a 33-25 overall record and a berth in the NCAA Malibu Regional. UCLA finished third in the Pac-10 that season with a 13-10 conference record. The Bruins faced the toughest schedule in the nation, as rated by Boyd’s World, by playing 27 regular-season games against 10 teams that advanced to NCAA Regionals. The Bruins’ 2006 campaign marked the first year in which UCLA won each of its home Pac-10 series. In just his second year at UCLA, Savage guided the Bruins’ pitching staff to a 3.77 team ERA, the lowest mark by any UCLA ballclub since 1980 (3.55). With the addition of Huff and Brummett to the

John Savage’s 23 Major Leaguers NAME Chris Singleton Chris Prieto Andy Dominque Lyle Overbay* Randy Flores Morgan Ensberg Seth Etherton Eric Munson Jason Lane Ron Flores Barry Zito*# Justin Lehr Steve Smyth Mark Prior Brian Bannister Anthony Reyes Sean Tracey Josh Roenicke* David Huff* Hector Ambriz* Brandon Crawford* Trevor Bauer* Tyson Brummett*

SCHOOL Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC USC UC Irvine UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

YEARS 1992-93 1993 1994-97 1996-99 1994-97 1995-98 1995-98 1997-99 1998-99 1998-00 1999 1999 1999 2000-01 2000-03 2000-01 2002 2003-06 2006 2003-06 2006-08 2009-11 2006-07

weekend rotation, the pitching staff recorded six complete games, tied with Stanford for the most in the Pac-10. Three players earned All-Pac-10 team honors, and three Bruins secured honorable mention All-Pac-10 accolades. Much of the college baseball world noticed UCLA’s success in 2006 and aimed their praise toward Savage. Following the 2006 campaign, Savage was named a finalist for the National Coach of the Year award by CollegeBaseballInsider.com, marking the second time he has been labeled a finalist for that award. In July 2006, Baseball America hailed Savage as one of “10 People to Watch in the Future.” The magazine listed the Bruins’ head coach with other distinguished baseball personnel such as New York Mets general manger Omar Minaya, Mets all-star third baseman David Wright and Los Angeles Dodgers assistant general manager Kim Ng. Baseball America lauded Savage for his winning ways: “UCLA has always been viewed as a sleeping giant on the West Coast, and it looks like Savage has the giant stirring.” Prior to taking over the UCLA baseball program in 2005, Savage’s coaching career made stops as a head coach at UC Irvine and as an assistant coach at Nevada and USC. Savage helped lead UC Irvine to the program’s first-ever NCAA Division I Tournament appearance in 2004. His ability to soundly recruit first-class student-athletes and to develop them into highly recognized Division I baseball players led UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero to hire Savage on July 1, 2004, to replace the retired Gary Adams. Coincidentally, Guerrero also hired Savage at UC Irvine three years prior and asked him to re-launch a dormant Anteater baseball program. Savage spent his first season recruiting players and building the foundation for his program that began play in 2002. In their first season, the Anteaters compiled a 33-26 record, and the pitching staff set a school record with 487 strikeouts. Despite injuries to key players the following season, UC Irvine recorded 417 strikeouts and a 3.61 ERA (third in the Big West Conference). In 2004, Savage led UC Irvine to its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Division I baseball tournament. UC Irvine competed at the Notre Dame Regional and finished the year with a 34-23-1 mark. Savage’s pitching staff recorded 483 strikeouts, four shy of the school record, and compiled a 3.69 ERA (second in the Big West). The UC Irvine offense hit at a .288 clip, averaging 5.7 runs per game. That season, Savage coached a myriad of talented athletes, including the Big West Conference Freshman Pitcher of the Year, the Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Freshman of the Year and the only freshman in the nation to earn All-America first-team accolades from USA Today/Sports Weekly (Blair Erickson). Savage also led UC Irvine to its highest-ever national ranking at the time - a

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* played in the majors in 2012, # 2002 American League Cy Young Award Winner

John Savage’s Head Coaching Milestones • Jan. 29, 2002: • June 4, 2004: • July 1, 2004: • Jan. 29, 2005: • May 10, 2005: • June 2, 2006: • June 19, 2010:

The Savage children (left to right): Julia, Ryan, Jack and Gabrielle

first victory: UC Irvine 6, UCLA 4 first postseason appearance: vs. Arizona (Notre Dame Regional) hired as UCLA’s head baseball coach first victory at UCLA: UCLA 7, Cal Poly 4 100th career head coaching victory: UCLA 11, UC Irvine 1 first postseason game at UCLA: UCLA 3, UC Irvine 2 (Malibu Regional) first College World Series game at UCLA: UCLA 11, Florida 3

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Became first coach in UCLA history to lead the Bruins to two College World Series (2012) • Coached the first-ever Golden Spikes Award winner (Trevor Bauer, 2011) at UCLA • Produced the school’s first-ever No. 1 MLB Draft selection (Gerrit Cole, 2011) • Led UCLA to its first-ever appearance in the finals of the College World Series (2010) • Helped the Bruins garner their first-ever national seed in the NCAA Tournament (2010) • Guided UCLA’s 2010 program to its longest win streak to program start (22-0 record) • In 2010, UCLA hosted first NCAA Regional since 1986; first Super Regional host ever • Named National Coach of the Year by CollegeBaseballInsider.com at UCLA in 2010 • Helped UCLA produce the national strikeouts leader in 2010 (Trevor Bauer, 165) • In six seasons as UCLA’s head coach, has produced 18 All-Pac-10 Conference selections • Coached UCLA to three consecutive postseason berths for first time in school history • Led the Bruins to the 2007 NCAA Super Regionals at Cal State Fullerton • Tied UCLA’s program record with 12 selections in the 2006 MLB Draft • Finalist for National Coach of the Year by CollegeBaseballInsider.com (UCLA ’06, UCI ’04) • Helped guide UC Irvine to its first-ever NCAA Division I Regional appearance (2004) • Resurrected UC Irvine’s baseball program in 2002 after being hired in July of 2000 • Has coached four pitchers who became first-round selections in MLB Draft • Assisted U.S. National Team as pitching coach in the summer of 2000 • Served as USC’s pitching coach and recruiting coordinator from 1997-2000 • Landed nation’s top-ranked recruiting class at USC in 1999-2000 (Collegiate Baseball) • Earned Collegiate Baseball’s Assistant Coach of the Year honors in 1998 PLAYER HIGHLIGHTS • Sixth-round draft selection in 1983 by the New York Yankees as a senior at Reno HS • Chose to attend Santa Clara University, where he pitched for three seasons (1984-86) • 16th-round draft selection in 1986 by the Cincinnati Reds • Played three years of professional baseball (1986-88)

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COACHING STAFF No. 7 spot from Collegiate Baseball in April 2004. Following Savage’s historic 2004 campaign, he was tabbed a finalist for National Coach of the Year honors by CollegeBaseballInsider.com. Three of his players were selected in the 2004 MLB Draft, and a total of 12 athletes signed professional contracts under his tutelage at UC Irvine. As a head coach, Savage compiled a perfect 4-0 mark against UCLA. His UC Irvine squads defeated the Bruins twice in 2002 and twice more in 2004. Prior to taking over the UC Irvine program, Savage served as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Southern California (USC) from 1996-2000. At USC, he helped produce numerous successful athletes, including consecutive Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year selections Seth Etherton, Rik Currier and eventual American League Cy Young Award winner Barry Zito. Ultimately, Savage helped guide Etherton to the 1998 Sporting News National Player of the Year award and was instrumental in his nomination as a Golden Spikes Award finalist. Also under his mentorship was former Chicago Cubs right-hander Mark Prior. As recruiting coordinator, Savage helped facilitate the Trojans’ top-ranked recruiting class in 19992000, as ranked by Collegiate Baseball, and served as an assistant to Mike Gillespie for the USA Baseball National Team of collegiate all-stars in the summer of 2000. That summer, the U.S. National Team tallied a 27-3-1 record and brought home a gold medal from the Haarlem Baseball Week Tournament in the Netherlands.

also helped guide USC to an NCAA Regional title in 1999 and the NCAA Super Regional title at Georgia Tech in 2000. Savage served as an assistant coach at the University of Nevada from 1992-96, helping the Wolf Pack compile a 177-82 record in five seasons. During his tenure at Nevada, the baseball program won the 1994 Big West Conference title and strung together its first back-to-back 35-win seasons in school history. In five seasons as an assistant coach at Nevada, 24 Wolf Pack players signed professional contracts. Savage began his coaching career as the pitching coach for Reno (NV) High School during the 1988-1989 school year. Savage was a sixth-round draft selection of the New York Yankees in 1983, following his senior season at Reno High, but chose to attend Santa Clara University, where he pitched for three seasons. The Cincinnati Reds selected Savage in the 16th round of the 1986 MLB Draft. Savage played two seasons in the Reds’ organization before moving on to help the independent league Salt Lake City Trappers set a professional baseball record with 29 consecutive victories in 1987. Following his professional career, Savage earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary education, with an emphasis in physical education and history, from Nevada in 1991. Savage, 47, and his wife, Lisa, have four children: Julia (17), Jack (15), Ryan (13) and Gabrielle (11).

Two years prior, Savage earned Collegiate Baseball’s Assistant Coach of the Year honors in 1998 after his coaching talents helped USC capture the 1998 College World Series Championship. He

Savage’s Head Coaching Record vs. Opponents at UC Irvine Arizona Arizona State Baylor Bethune-Cookman BYU Cal Poly California Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Creighton East Carolina Florida Florida State Fresno State Georgia Gonzaga Hawaii Illinois-Chicago Kent State Long Beach State Loyola Marymount LSU Maryland Miami Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri N.C. State Nebraska Nevada New Mexico Notre Dame Oklahoma Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pepperdine Purdue Rice Sacramento State Saint Mary’s San Diego San Diego State Santa Clara South Carolina Southern Stanford Stony Brook TCU Texas A&M UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UNLV USC Utah Vanderbilt Virginia Washington Washington State Winthrop TOTALS

W-L-T 2-7-1 0-1 3-3 0-0 2-1 7-2 5-4 0-0 2-7 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 3-0 3-1 0-0 0-0 6-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 5-4 5-2 0-0 0-0 2-1 3-0 3-5 3-4 3-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 -----4-0 4-5 6-3 4-1 2-4 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-6 2-2 0-0 88-84-1

at UCLA Arizona Arizona State Baylor Bethune Cookman BYU Cal Poly California Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Creighton East Carolina Florida Florida State Fresno State Georgia Gonzaga Hawaii Illinois-Chicago Kent State Long Beach State Loyola Marymount LSU Maryland Miami Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri N.C. State Nebraska Nevada New Mexico Notre Dame Oklahoma Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pepperdine Purdue Rice Sacramento State Saint Mary’s San Diego San Diego State Santa Clara South Carolina Southern Stanford Stony Brook TCU Texas A&M UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UNLV USC Utah Vanderbilt Virginia Washington Washington State Winthrop TOTALS

W-L 14-11 8-16 2-2 2-0 0-0 7-4 14-10 3-1 7-20 9-2 2-0 5-1 1-0 0-1 4-3 3-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 9-8 1-3 1-0 1-2 1-5 0-0 0-0 3-3 1-0 0-1 3-0 4-2 0-1 1-0 0-0 2-5 3-0 7-5 9-14 5-4 11-4 2-1 0-1 3-0 3-1 1-1 7-6 0-0 0-2 2-0 12-12 1-0 4-1 0-3 2-1 13-7 -----9-6 5-6 2-0 19-9 3-1 1-0 1-0 17-7 15-9 2-1 275-207

Overall Arizona Arizona State Baylor Bethune Cookman BYU Cal Poly California Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Creighton East Carolina Florida Florida State Fresno State Georgia Gonzaga Hawaii Illinois-Chicago Kent State Long Beach State Loyola Marymount LSU Maryland Miami Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri N.C. State Nebraska Nevada New Mexico Notre Dame Oklahoma Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pepperdine Purdue Rice Sacramento State Saint Mary’s San Diego San Diego State Santa Clara South Carolina Southern Stanford Stony Brook TCU Texas A&M UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UNLV USC Utah Vanderbilt Virginia Washington Washington State Winthrop TOTALS

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Savage’s Former Pitchers W-L-T 16-18-1 8-17 5-5 2-0 2-1 14-6 19-14 3-1 9-27 11-9 2-0 5-1 1-0 0-1 7-6 3-1 3-0 3-1 1-0 1-0 15-13 1-3 1-0 1-2 1-5 0-1 2-1 3-3 1-0 0-1 3-0 4-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 2-5 3-1 7-5 9-14 10-8 16-6 2-1 0-1 5-1 3-1 4-6 10-10 3-2 0-2 2-0 12-12 1-0 4-1 0-3 2-1 13-7 4-0 13-11 11-9 6-1 21-13 3-1 1-0 1-0 19-13 17-11 2-1 363-291-1

what they’re saying... GERRIT COLE – Pittsburgh Pirates 2011 MLB Draft (1st overall pick) “Coach Savage taught me how to become a complete pitcher. He not only improved my game on the field, but also made a huge impact for me working with the mental game away from the field. In my eyes, there isn’t a pitching coach better than him out there.”

TREVOR BAUER – Arizona Diamondbacks 2011 MLB Draft (1st round, No. 3 pick) “Coach Savage was instrumental in my development as a pitcher. He allowed me the freedom to learn through my experiences while providing the proper structure to lead me in the right direction. His knowledge created an environment very conducive to my growth as a player and person.”

DAVID HUFF – Cleveland Indians 2006 MLB Draft (1st round, supplemental) “Everyone that comes into UCLA’s program has talent and athleticism. Coach Savage takes that talent and shapes it into a quality professional ballplayer. He has been very instrumental in my success at the collegiate and professional levels.”

ROB RASMUSSEN – Florida Marlins 2010 MLB Draft (2nd round) “Every pitcher Coach Savage recruits has the ‘stuff’ to be great. He helps young pitchers sharpen their talent, allowing them to improve their game mentally and physically. Baseball is a grind, but he makes sure that you are forming good habits that prepare you to have a successful season.”

HECTOR AMBRIZ – Cleveland Indians 2006 MLB Draft (5th round) “After I missed the 2005 season with an arm injury, Coach Savage really helped me regain my confidence on the mound. He makes it a priority that his players not only succeed in college, but that they also have a chance to excel as professional ballplayers.”


COACHING STAFF

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REX

PETERS

Assistant Coach (2nd season) Alma Mater: Cal State Fullerton ’89 Hitting/Outfield Coach

Rex Peters enters his second season as an assistant coach for the Bruins in 2013. Peters serves as the Bruins’ hitting and outfield coach and plays a central role in the program’s recruiting efforts. In his first season with the Bruins in 2012, Peters coached UCLA’s hitters to a 41 point raise in batting average from the previous season and helped the Bruins earn a second straight Pac-12 title and College World Series berth. UCLA batters also recorded the fewest strikeouts and strikeouts per game since 1986 under Peters’ direction. In addition, outfielder Beau Amaral was named to the Division I Rawlings Gold Glove Team in 2012 under the guidance of Peters. Prior to coaching at UCLA, Peters spent nine years as the head coach of UC Davis. He guided UC Davis through multiple transitions as the program’s head coach from 2003-2011, helping the Aggies ascend from NCAA Division II status to Division I beginning in 2004. In addition, UC Davis joined the Big West Conference in 2008, earning its first-ever berth as a Division I program in the NCAA Tournament that spring. In nine seasons at the helm of the UC Davis baseball program, Peters helped produce 21 MLB draft selections. Most notably, third baseman Daniel Descalso was selected in the third round of the 2007 MLB draft by the St. Louis Cardinals and made his major league debut with the organization in 2010. In addition, seven UC Davis ballplayers earned ABCA or NCBWA All-Region honors during Peters’ nine-year tenure as head coach. UC Davis compiled a 35-24 record in 2008, winning its first of three games at the NCAA Stanford Regional. The Aggies registered three series sweeps that season and three victories against arearival Stanford. A school-record seven players were selected in the June 2008 MLB Draft. In his second season as head coach at UC Davis (2004), Peters helped the Aggies post a 37-151 record, including a 32-7 mark in the program’s final year with the California Collegiate Athletic Association. While no longer eligible for postseason play as part of its transition to Division I status, UC Davis finished atop the conference standings by better than a seven-game margin. Along the way, the Aggies enjoyed school-record streaks of 16 straight victories and 20 consecutive conference wins. In 2003, Peters guided the Aggies to a 36-24 record and their first NCAA Division II postseason berth since 1995. UC Davis swept through the West Region tournament, highlighted by back-to-back shutout victories, and advanced to the national tournament for only the second time in school history. For his part, Peters was honored as the ABCA/Diamond Sports West Region Coach of the Year. Peters arrived at UC Davis after spending the previous nine seasons as head coach at Chapman University (Orange, Calif.), where he compiled a 248-131-2 overall record. He led the Panthers to three appearances in the NCAA Division III College World Series, including a third-place finish in 2000. Peters set program records as a head coach for most wins and highest winning percentage, having led the Panthers to the NCAA West Regional five times. He was named West Region Coach of the Year on three occasions. Additionally, Peters coached six All-America selections, two Academic All-Americans, nine Academic All-District players and 29 All-Region honorees. Between his nine years at UC Davis and nine seasons at Chapman, Peters collected a 482-396-3 (.549) career record as a head coach. He secured his 400th career victory as a head coach on March 15, 2008, in UC Davis’ doubleheader sweep of Santa Clara. Prior to his 18 years as a head coach, Peters served one season as an assistant coach at Champman under head coach Gary Henderson. He spent the previous four years playing in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization after being drafted by the club in the 24th round of the 1989 MLB Draft. In the minors, he advanced as high as double-A San Antonio. In 1989, his first season in professional baseball, he was named the MVP for the Salem Dodgers. Peters graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 1989 with his bachelor’s degree in physical education. He was an honorable mention All-America selection for the Titans, helping lead them to a third-place finish at the 1988 College World Series. Peters earned his master’s degree in education with an emphasis in physical education from Azusa Pacific in 1994. Peters and his wife, Deborah, have six children and reside in Culver City, Calif., with his son, Jake.

The Peters File CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Helped UCLA earn a second straight Pac-12 title and College World Series berth in 2012 • Coached UCLA’s hitters to a 41 point raise in batting average in 2012 • Helped UC Davis transition to NCAA Division I status as the program’s head coach • Coached UC Davis to the NCAA Regional in 2008, its first year in the Big West • Had a program-record seven UC Davis players drafted in June 2008 • Guided UC Davis to a 37-15-1 record in 2004, his second season with the program • In 2003 (first season at UC Davis), led Aggies to first postseason since 1995 • Led UC Davis to the Division II national postseason tournament in 2003 • Through nine seasons as Chapman’s head coach, led team to three Div. III CWS trips • Set program records at Chapman for most coaching wins, highest win percentage • Was named West Region Coach of the Year at Chapman three years • Guided Chapman to five trips to the NCAA Div. III West Regional • Served one season as an assistant coach at Chapman (1993) PLAYER HIGHLIGHTS • Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 24th round of 1989 MLB Draft • Spent four seasons playing minor league baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers • Played two seasons under head coach Augie Garrido at Cal State Fullerton (1988-89) • Transferred to Cal State Fullerton after playing two seasons at Orange Junior College

Peters’ Year-by-Year Assistant Coaching Record Year 2012

School UCLA

Record 48-16

Pct. .750

Postseason College World Series

Peters’ Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 Career

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School UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman 19 years

Record 18-36 26-29 13-42 35-24 24-32 18-34 27-29 37-15-1 36-24 29-12 37-11 33-12-1 39-5 29-13 31-16 24-16 16-20 10-25-1 530-411-3

Pct. .333 .473 .236 .593 .429 .346 .482 .708 .600 .707 .771 .728 .886 .690 .660 .600 .444 .292 .563

Postseason

NCAA Stanford Regional

NCAA Div. II CWS NCAA Div. III CWS NCAA West Region Finalist NCAA First Round NCAA Div. III CWS

1 CWS, 1 Super Reg., 2 Reg.


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T.J.

BRUCE

Assistant Coach (3rd season) Alma Mater: Long Beach State ’04 Infield Coach T.J. Bruce enters his third season as an assistant coach with UCLA in 2013. A former player and assistant coach at Long Beach State, Bruce serves as the infield coach, leads the program’s recruiting efforts and assists with the hitters. In 2012, UCLA’s defense recorded a .976 for the second straight year, matching the second-highest mark in school history. Bruce also helped coach the Bruins to a second straight Pac-12 championship and a College World Series berth for the second time in three years. In seven seasons as a Division I assistant coach, Bruce has made five appearances in NCAA postseason play. As the Bruins’ recruiting coordinator, Bruce also helped bring in the heralded 2012 recruiting class, which was named the No. 2 class in the country by Baseball America. As UCLA’s infield coach in 2011, Bruce helped the Bruins’ defense post a .976 fielding percentage, the second-highest mark in the Pac-10 and 16th-best percentage in the nation. UCLA logged its second-highest fielding percentage (.976) and second-lowest errors total (51) on record in school history. Bruce’s work with UCLA’s infield proved most crucial with the development of shortstop Pat Valaika and second basemen Kevin Williams and Trevor Brown. Valaika, a freshman in 2011, secured the Bruins’ starting shortstop job just three weeks into the season, started all 27 Pac-10 games at that position, and became one of the infield’s greatest assets. Valaika followed up his solid freshman season with an even better sophomore campaign that saw him start 61 of UCLA’s 64 games and become the leader of the infield.

T.J. BRUCE

Williams and Brown each made just one error at second base in 2011, splitting time at that position through the season’s final 40 games. In 2012, Brown became the most versatile member of the team, seeing time at first base, second base, third base and catcher while committing just four errors all season. Brown was then drafted in the 10th round of the MLB Draft by the San Francisco Giants. Williams spent the majority of the 2012 season at second base and under Bruce’s guidance became one of the team’s best fielders, posting a .977 fielding percentage.

The Bruce File CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Helped UCLA earn a second straight Pac-12 title and College World Series berth in 2012 • Led UCLA to the Pac-10 Conference title and an No. 1 NCAA Regional seed in 2011 • Helped UCLA post a .976 fielding percentage, the second-highest mark in the Pac-10 • Coached three Long Beach State teams to No. 1 NCAA Regional seeds (’05, ’07, ’08) • Worked with eventual major league infielders Troy Tulowitzki, Evan Longoria and Danny Espinosa during his five seasons as assistant coach at Long Beach State • Helped Long Beach State capture the 2008 Big West Conference title • In 2005 and 2007, led Long Beach State to a second place finish in the Big West • Led Cerritos College to a postseason appearance and 27-17 record in 2006

Prior to his arrival at UCLA, Bruce spent five seasons (2005, 2007-10) as an assistant coach at Long Beach State, helping lead the 49ers to NCAA Regional appearances in 2007 and 2008. He served as an undergraduate assistant coach at Long Beach State in 2005, guiding the 49ers to an NCAA Regional berth. Working with the infielders as an assistant coach at Long Beach State, Bruce helped the development of All-Big West Conference selections Troy Tulowitzki (2003-05), Evan Longoria (2005-06), Danny Espinosa (2007) and Devin Lohman (2010). Tulowitzki and Longoria have since enjoyed successful major league careers with the Colorado Rockies and Tampa Bay Rays, respectively.

PLAYER HIGHLIGHTS • Led Long Beach State to the 2004 NCAA Super Regional against Arizona • Played with current Colorado shortstop Troy Tulowitzski at Long Beach State (2004) • Batted .321 in 55 games (53 starts) as a junior at Texas Tech in 2003 • Twice named honorable mention All-Conference at Cerritos College (2001-02)

Bruce spent the 2006 season as an assistant coach at Cerritos College, helping the Falcons advance to the Southern California College playoffs. Cerritos finished the season with a 27-17 record, tied for second place in the competitive South Coast Conference. Two players from that team were selected in the 2006 MLB Draft. Bruce played for Long Beach State as a senior in 2004 after spending his first two seasons (2001-02) at Cerritos College and his junior year (2003) at Texas Tech. In 2004, he helped Long Beach State to an NCAA Super Regional. The 49ers fell one game short of advancing to the College World Series, dropping the best-of-three series to Arizona in a decisive third game that lasted 11 innings. That season, Bruce played alongside current Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki.

Bruce’s Year-by-Year Assistant Coach Record Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 Career Div. I

At Texas Tech in 2003, Bruce batted at a .321 clip, playing in all 55 games (making 53 starts). He belted three home runs, collecting 11 doubles, 38 RBI and 44 runs during his junior campaign. Bruce earned honorable mention All-South Coast Conference acclaim in each of his two seasons at Cerritos College, leading the Falcons to the first round of the Southern California College playoffs both years. He batted .320 as a freshman in 2001 and finished his sophomore year batting .330 with 37 RBI and 28 stolen bases. A three-year baseball letterwinner at St. John Bosco High School, Bruce was twice named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Dream Team” as a standout shortstop. He earned All-League Most Valuable Player honors as a junior and senior at St. John Bosco, helping lead the Braves to the league championship his senior season. Bruce, 30, resides with his wife, Heather, and their daughters, Rhowan (born Oct. 2009) and Harloe (born June 2011) in Lakewood, Calif.

School UCLA UCLA Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Cerritos College Long Beach State 8 years 7 years

Record 48-16 35-24 23-32 25-29 38-21 39-20 27-17 37-22 237-157 210-140

Pct. .750 .593 .418 .463 .644 .661 .613 .627 .602 .600

Postseason College World Series Los Angeles Regional Long Beach Regional Long Beach Regional So. Calif. College Playoffs Long Beach Regional 1 College World Series 1 Super Reg., 5 Reg.

UCLA Baseball Program Staff

Nathan Corkhill Student Manager

Mike Sondheimer

A.D., Academic Admissions Servies

Will Hughes

Student Manager

Kevin Chen

Academic Advisor

Kate Powers

Carl Stocklin

Alan Huang

Student Manager

Staff Athletic Trainer

Student Athletic Trainer

Don Morrison

Sean Markus

Chris Romo

Faculty Athletic Representative

Equipment Room

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Field Manager

Ken Ravizza

Sports Psychology


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JAKE

S SILVERMAN AN AN

Assistant Coach (3rd season) Alma Mater: Cal State Fullerton ’10 Catchers, First Base Coach

Jake Silverman begins his third season as an assistant coach for the Bruins in 2013. Silverman works with the team’s catchers and hitters, serves as the Bruins’ first base coach and helps run all Bruin baseball camps. Under the guidance of Silverman in 2012, UCLA’s catchers handled a pitching staff that finished second in the Pac-12 in ERA (3.13) and strikeouts (436). Catchers Tyler Heineman and Trevor Brown combined to throw out 19 of 33 base stealers (57.6 percent) in 64 games while Heineman earned All-Pac-12 honors. Both Heineman and Brown went on to be drafted in the 8th and 10th rounds respectively of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros and San Francisco Giants respectively. In addition, Silverman helped coach the Bruins to their second consecutive Pac-12 title and a berth in the College World Series during the 2012 season. Silverman’s work with UCLA’s catchers also paid dividends in 2011, as the team’s catching corps handled a pitching staff that led the conference with 572 strikeouts, the second-highest total in UCLA history, and finished second in the nation in strikeouts per nine innings (9.8). Behind the plate, Steve Rodriguez threw out 22 of 54 attempted base stealers (40.7 percent), catching 410.1 innings in 2011. The three-year starting catcher was selected in the 15th round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks. Silverman also worked with Heineman, who did not commit an error in 131 chances. In two seasons as an undergraduate assistant coach at Cal State Fullerton, Silverman helped the Titans advance to the College World Series in 2009 and to the NCAA Super Regional at UCLA in 2010. Additionally, he served as an assistant coach in the summer of 2010 for the Peninsula Oilers of the Alaska Collegiate Summer League. Silverman spent the 2008 season as a catcher at Cal State Fullerton and saw action in one game. Prior to that, he played two seasons (2006-07) at Fullerton College. As a freshman in 2006, he batted .350 in 16 games before seeing action in 14 games (two starts) as a sophomore in 2007. Silverman earned the Art Nunn Award in 2007 for exemplary acts on and off the field. Silverman, 26, prepped at Foothill High School in Tustin, Calif. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications from Cal State Fullerton in 2010.

JAKE SILVERMAN

The Silverman File

Silverman’s Year-by-Year Assistant Coach Record

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Helped UCLA earn a second straight Pac-12 title and College World Series berth in 2012 • Coached UCLA in 2011 to its first outright conference title since 1986 • Served as an undergraduate assistant for Cal State Fullerton in 2009 and 2010 • Helped lead Cal State Fullerton to the College World Series and Big West title in 2009 • Spent summer 2010 as an assistant coach for the Peninsula Oilers (Alaska League) • Played for Cal State Fullerton in 2008, leading the Titans to the NCAA Super Regionals • Two-year letterwinner at Fullerton College (2006-2007)

Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 Career

School UCLA UCLA Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton 4 years

Record 48-16 35-24 46-18 47-16 176-74

Pct. .750 .593 .719 .746 .704

Postseason College World Series Los Angeles Regional Los Angeles Super Regional College World Series 2 College World Series 2 Super Reg., 4 NCAA Reg.

With the Yankees, Moir was responsible for multiple projects in baseball operations, scouting and video breakdown. He assisted the team’s scouting department, wrote preliminary scouting reports, worked with coaches on player evaluations and compiled data and video to assist with the MLB Draft.

SETH

MOIR

In 2009 and 2010, Moir served in various capacities with the Spokane Indians, a class-A minor league affiliate of the Texas Rangers in the Northwest League. He served as the team’s Director of Stadium Operations through both seasons.

Director of Operations (2nd season) Alma Mater: Montana State ’08

Seth Moir enters his second season as the UCLA baseball program’s Director of Operations in 2012. Moir joined the staff in January 2012 after spending the 2011 baseball season working for the New York Yankees.

During his senior year at Montana State, Moir worked as a sports writer for the Billings Gazette, writing columns and articles about professional, collegiate and prep sports. Moir, 27, graduated from Montana State in May 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in public relations.

Moir has gained extensive experience working in both baseball operations and scouting the past three years. He spent the 2011 baseball season serving an internship with the New York Yankees at the organization’s Spring Training facility in Tampa, Fla.

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PLAYER PROFILES

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pinch-hit single and one run in UCLA’s 10-0 victory at Pepperdine (May 3)…drew a walk and scored one run against UC Santa Barbara (May 11).

BRENTON

High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Gahr High School under head coach Gerardo Perez…three-year varsity football letterwinner under head coach Greg Marshall…one-year varsity basketball letterwinner (freshman season) under head coach Bob Becker…selected in the ninth round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies…batted .421 as a senior (2010) with six home runs, 33 RBI, 28 runs and a .803 slugging percentage…first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division III selection and Co-MVP of the San Gabriel Valley League as a senior…batted .392 as a junior (2009) with two homers, one triple, eight doubles, 16 RBI and 26 runs…led Gahr with a .541 on-base percentage and 25 stolen bases in 31 attempts as a junior…competed in RBI’s Tournament of Stars in North Carolina, selected alternate to Team USA 18U (summer 2009)…selected to Angels Elite and Tampa Bay Rays scout teams in fall of 2009… participated in the Baseball Goodwill Series in Australia (winter 2008) with the Tampa Bay Rays’ scout team…batted .288 as a freshman (2007) with three triples, four doubles, 12 RBI and 12 runs…on the football field, totaled 235 rushing yards on 35 carries, and 42 receptions for 611 yards as a senior (2009)…rushed for 640 yards on 79 carries, and hauled in 29 receptions for 451 yards as a junior (2008)…first-team All-San Gabriel Valley League selection (football) as a sophomore and junior…served as the football team’s captain in 2009.

ALLEN

OF • Junior • 6-1 • 225 • L/L Cerritos, Calif. (Gahr HS)

Notes – Very athletic player who can hit for power from the left-side of the plate...has shown great potential and will look to earn playing time in left field in 2013.

2010 MLB Draft 9th Round Selection

2012 (summer) – Played in 24 games for the Southampton Breakers of the Hamptons Collegiate League…led the team with a .329 batting average and recorded 22 runs, 11 RBI, a .448 OBP and a .906 OPS...named the No. 7 overall prospect from the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League by Baseball America. 2012 – Played in 13 games, making six starts as the designated hitter...batted .286, going 4-for-14 with two doubles, five runs and two RBI...logged a .524 on-base percentage, drawing six walks...in three postseason games, went 1-for-4 with one run and one walk... went 1-for-2 with an RBI-double against Purdue (May 6)...went 1-for-2 with one RBI and one run in UCLA’s 11-3 win at Washington. 2011 (summer) – Played in 37 games for the Walla Walla Sweets of the West Coast Collegiate League…batted .194 with one home run, one triple, three doubles, nine RBI and 10 runs…Walla Walla went 26-28, finishing second in the league’s East Division.

Personal – Full name: Brenton Edward Allen (pronounced BREN-tin)…born November 2, 1991 in Anaheim, Calif…Brenton is the second of Terry and Rhonda Allen’s three children…has one older brother, Tony, and one younger sister, Alexis…brother, Tony, was a four-year football letterwinner at Notre Dame before enjoying a four-year NFL career (2002-06)…History major.

2011 – Played in 12 games, contributing solely as a pinch-hitter during his freshman campaign…batted .300 with two walks in 12 plate appearances, going 3-for-10 with two runs…logged a .417 on-base percentage…went 1-for-1 with a two-out pinch-hit single in the ninth inning in the series finale at USC (March 27)…went 1-for-1 with a leaoff pinchhit single to open the fifth inning at Cal State Fullerton (March 29)…went 1-for-1 with a

Career Highs At-bats – 2 (5 times), last vs. New Mexico (6/2/12) Runs – 1 (6 times), last vs. TCU (6/8/12) Hits – 1 (7 times), last vs. New Mexico (6/2/12)

Brenton Allen’s Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

AVG .300 .286 .292

GP-GS 12-0 13-6 25-6

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AB 10 14 24

R 2 5 7

H 3 4 7

2B 0 2 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 0 2 2

TB 3 9 12

SLG .300 .429 .375

BB 2 8 10

HBP 0 1 1

SO 6 12 18

GDP 1 1 2

OBP .417 .524 .485

SF 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

SB-ATT 0-0 0-1 0-1

PO 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

E 0 0 0

FLD .000 .000 .000

DAVID

BERG

RHP • Sophomore • 6-0 • 190 • R/R Covina, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS)

Notes – Set the Pac-12 and UCLA record for single-season appearances as a freshman, making 50 relief appearances...led the Pac-12 in ERA (1.46) and led the nation in WHIP (0.80) in 2012...sidearm right-hander who is tough on batters from both sides of the plate...will be a major contributor out of the bullpen in the later innings in 2013. 2012 (summer) – Recorded two saves in eight games pitched for the USA Collegiate National Team...finished the summer with a 3.72 ERA in 9.2 innings pitched...helped lead the U.S. Collegiate National Team to a third place finish at the Honkbal-Haarlem Baseball Week in Haarlem, The Netherlands, not allowing a run in 5.1 IP in the tournament... Named the No. 20 overall prospect from the U.S. Collegiate National Team by Baseball America. 2012 – Pitched in 50 games, all in relief...established the Pac-12 and UCLA record for single-season appearances (50), one shy of the NCAA Division I all-time single-season record (51, Connor Falkenbach of Florida in 2005)...led the Pac-12 with a 1.46 ERA and .165 opposing batting average...went 5-3 with one save, 63 strikeouts and 17 walks in 74.0 innings...named a second-team All-America selection by Perfect Game USA... earned first-team Freshman All-America honors from Baseball America and second-team Freshman All-America acclaim from the NCBWA...also earned Freshman All-America honors from Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball...was one of two freshmen to secure All-Pac-12 Team honors...had a streak of 18 consecutive appearances (April 28-May 27), during which he went 1-1 with a 1.96 ERA in 23.0 innings, allowing just six runs (five earned) and 17 hits while logging 24 strikeouts and two walks...finished the season having pitched in 25 of UCLA’s final 26 games...tied the school record for most career postseason appearances, pitching in seven playoff games...totaled 13.2 scoreless innings in postseason action, allowing five hits while totaling 12 strikeouts and two walks...posted a 0.00 ERA in 24 appearances at night games, allowing one unearned run and 15 hits in 35.0 innings (28 strikeouts, seven walks)...recorded season-highs with seven strikeouts and 3.2 innings in a relief appearance against Oregon (April 6), allowing no runs and one hit...most critical outing of the season came in the second game of the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional, logging the save while scattering two hits in three scoreless innings versus TCU to help UCLA clinch its fourth College World Series appearance...had four strikeouts in two scoreless innings in Game 1 against TCU at the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional.

DAVID BERG High School – Two-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Bishop Amat High School under head coach Andy Nieto…helped lead Bishop Amat to the CIF Southern Section Division IV title at Dodger Stadium as a senior…captured first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division IV honors as a senior…earned first-team All-Del Rey League acclaim as a senior…went 7-1 with four saves and a 1.05 ERA, logging 59 strikeouts and five walks in 47.0 innings as a senior…limited the opposition to a .145 batting average and .212 on-base percentage as a senior…helped lead Bishop Amat to a 29-4 overall record in 2011…earned Bishop Amat team MVP honors, specializing as a sidearm right-hander out of the bullpen…had a very strong senior season as a middle reliever after having pitched just nine innings as a junior. Personal – Full name: David Andrew Berg…born March 28, 1993 in Glendora, Calif… David is the younger of Andy and Kathlee Berg’s two children…has one older sister, Amanda…admires New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera…Political Science major. Career Highs Innings - 3.2 vs. Oregon (4/6/12) Strikeouts - 7 vs. Oregon (4/6/12)

David Berg’s Career Stats YEAR 2012 (Fr.) TOTALS

ERA 1.46 1.46

W-L 5-3 5-3

APP 50 50

GS 0 0

CG 0 0

SHO/CBO 0/2 0/2

SV 1 1

IP 74.0 74.0

H 42 42

R 14 14

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ER 12 12

BB 17 17

SO 63 63

2B 10 10

3B 0 0

HR 2 2

BF 282 282

OAV .165 .165

WP 1 1

HBP 9 9

SFA 0 0

SHA 2 2

BK 0 0


PLAYER PROFILES

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CHRISTOPH

BONO

OF • RS Freshman • 6-1 • 170 • L/R Palo Alto, Calif. (Palo Alto HS)

Notes – Joined the UCLA baseball program in January 2012…also played for the UCLA football team as a quarterback…did not play in any football games last fall, earning a redshirt season…talented outfielder who will push for playing time in 2013. 2012 (summer) – Played for the Fontanetti A’s of the Far West League, earning allleague honorable mention accolades. 2012 – Redshirted the season.

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High School – Two-year varsity baseball and football letterwinner at Palo Alto High School under head coaches Erick Raich and Earl Hansen, respectively…as a senior, batted .312 with 20 RBI, 32 runs, 14 stolen bases and a .468 on-base percentage…earned first-team All-Santa Clara Valley Athletic League (SCVAL) acclaim…led Palo Alto to the CIF Central Coast Section Division I title in addition to the SCVAL championship…on the football field, completed 165 of 251 passes for 2,700 yards and 30 touchdowns…named the San Francisco Chronicle’s Peninsula Player of the Year…secured San Jose Mercury News Player of the Year acclaim...named the SCVAL Most Valuable Player…led Palo Alto to the CIF Division I State title…named first-team All-State at the quarterback position by MaxPreps.com after leading Palo Alto to a 14-0 overall record as a senior. Personal – Full name: Christoph Biagio Bono…born October 6, 1992 in Palo Alto, Calif… Christoph is the older of Steve and Christina Bono’s two children…has one younger sister, Sophia…father, Steve, played quarterback at UCLA from 1980-84 and baseball for the Bruins in 1982 (catcher) before enjoying a successful 15-year career in the NFL…both his parents attended UCLA…Economics major.

BRIAN

CARROLL LL LL

OF • Junior • 5-10 • 177 • R/R San Diego, Calif. (Granite Hills HS)

Notes – Looks to emerge as a starting outfielder in 2013...has great speed in both the field and on the basepaths...great defender who is expected to make a big impact this spring. 2012 (summer) – Played for the Cowlitz Black Bears of the West Coast League, hitting .299 with 19 runs and 19 stolen bases in 31 games played. 2012 – Played in 23 games, making four starts (three as designated hitter, one in right field)...batted .235, going 4-for-17, with two doubles, seven runs and two RBI...posted a .381 on-base percentage...as one of UCLA’s most successful pinch-hitters, going 4-for-8 in pinch-hit duty...went 1-for-1 with a pinch-hit RBI-single against UC Riverside (March 6)... went 1-for-1 with a pinch-hit double at Arizona (April 14). 2011 (summer) – Played in 39 games for the Wisconsin Woodchucks…batted .207 with two doubles, 11 RBI and 22 runs…Wisconsin went 24-46, tied for seventh place in the league’s South Division. 2011 – Played in 15 games, making four starts (three as designated hitter, one in right field)…batted .167, going 3-for-18 with two RBI and two runs…registered his first collegiate hit as a pinch-hitter in a victory over San Jose State (Feb. 27)…went 1-for-1 in pinch-hit duty in a win against Saint Mary’s (March 12)…went 1-for-2 with one RBI against San Diego State (April 19)…drew a bases-loaded walk in a win at Pepperdine (May 3). High School – Two-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Granite Hills High School under head coach James Davis…did not play baseball as a senior (2010), recovering from a knee injury sustained playing football…earned first-team All-CIF Division I, All-Grossmont South League honors and All-East County acclaim as a junior…was voted All-East County’s “Most Improved Player”…voted his teammates and coaches as Granite Hills’ Most Valuable Player in 2009…led high school team in batting average (.429) and led the Grossmont League in stolen bases (25) and runs scored (40) during his junior campaign…also was two-year varsity football letterwinner under head coach Randy Dewitt…secured first-team All-Grossmont South League accolades at defensive back as a junior (2008) and senior (2009)…was named a first-team All-East County selection at defensive back as a junior… recorded 103 tackles and had five interceptions in eight games during his junior season (returned one interception 104 yards for a touchdown)…earned East County “Rookie of

BRIAN CARROLL the Year” honors as a junior and was voted the team’s most valuable player…as a senior, was named a first-team All-East County selection at defensive back…recorded 94 tackles in eight games…on offense, caught 14 passes for 206 yards and three touchdowns… played summer baseball for the San Diego Gamers in 2009. Personal – Full name: Brian Alton Carroll…born Dec. 31, 1991 in El Cajon, Calif…Brian is the older of Donald and Christine Carroll’s two sons…has one younger brother, Jeremy… Political Science major. Career Highs At-bats - 3 (four times), last at Georgia (3/9/12) Runs - 1 (nine times), last vs. USC (5/26/12) Hits - 1 (seven times), last at UC Irvine (5/22/12) RBI - 1 (four times), last at Utah (3/30/12) Stolen Bases - 1 (twice), last vs. Baylor (2/25/12)

Brian Carroll’s Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

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AVG .167 .235 .200

GP-GS 15-4 23-4 38-8

AB 18 17 35

R 2 7 9

H 3 4 7

2B 0 2 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 2 4 6

TB 3 9 12

SLG .167 .353 .257

BB 2 3 5

HBP 2 1 3

SO 8 5 13

GDP 0 0 0

OBP .318 .381 .349

SF 0 0 0

SH 2 3 5

SB-ATT 1-1 1-3 2-4

PO 9 4 13

A 0 0 0

E 0 0 0

FLD 1.000 1.000 1.000

to the Los Angeles Times All-Star Team in 2012...led Pacifica to the 2012 CIF Division II Championship with a walk-off RBI single in the title game against Aliso Niguel...also led Pacifica to the the Empire League Championship in 2012 ... batted .430 with seven doubles, three triples, three home runs, 29 runs and 16 RBI as a junior (2011)...slugged .667 and posted a .513 on-base percentage as well...hit .408 with seven doubles, 18 runs and 26 RBI as a sophomore (2010)...posted a .372 batting average with 22 runs, five doubles, one triple, one home run and 17 RBI as a freshman (2009), leading Pacifica to the Empire League title...four-time All-Empire League selection (2009-12) and threetime All-CIF selection (2010-12)...three-year team captain (2010-12).

TRENT

CHATTERTON ON ON

INF • Freshman • 5-8 • 170 • R/R Garden Grove, Calif. (Pacifica HS)

Notes – Enters UCLA after having completed an impressive four-year high school career at Pacifica...very versatile infielder that can play multiple positions...will add depth to UCLA’s infield in 2013. High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Pacifica High School (Garden Grove, Calif.) under head coach Mike Caira ... hit .363 with 24 runs, six doubles, two triples and 15 RBI as a senior (2012)...named to the Orange County All-Star Game and

Personal – Full name: Trent Steven Chatterton...born March 24, 1993 in Orange, Calif... parents are Tom and Dolly Chatterton...has an older sister, Devin, and a younger sister, Drew...admires New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter...intends to be a Communication Studies major.

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RYAN

DEETER R

RHP • RS Junior • 6-0 • 180 • R/R Newark, Calif. (Newark Memorial HS)

Notes – Talented relief pitcher who can be very tough on right-handed hitters...will be counted upon to help close out games and be a major factor in the later innings...posted the lowest ERA (0.89) on the team last year of anyone who threw at least 30 innings...one of the team’s best students, earning Capital One All-Academic and Pac-12 All-Academic honors in 2012. 2012 – Made 36 appearances, all in relief...went 1-0 with a 0.89 ERA, recording 26 strikeouts and 18 walks in 30.1 innings as a setup reliever...earned Capital One Academic All-District VIII Team honors and was named a first-team Pac-12 All-Academic selection... tied for second in the conference with 36 appearances (along with teammate Scott Griggs and Oregon’s Jimmy Sherfy)...moved into UCLA’s single-season record book in ERA (0.89, second) and appearances (36, tied for fifth)...pitched in nine of the team’s first 11 games, allowing one run and three hits over that span...had a season-high three strikeouts in one scoreless inning of relief against Long Beach State (Feb. 28)...pitched a season-high 1.2 innings in relief in UCLA’s final game of the College World Series versus Florida State, allowing no runs and two hits (June 19). 2011 (summer) – Made 16 relief appearances for the Bellingham Bells of the West Coast Collegiate League…went 1-1 with a 5.23 ERA, logging 19 strikeouts and six walks in 20.2 innings…Bellingham went 21-32, finishing third in the league’s East Division. 2011 – Made five relief appearances…did not record a decision, posting a 7.11 ERA with seven strikeouts and three walks in 6.1 innings…registered a season-high three strikeouts in 1.2 scoreless innings in his collegiate debut versus Pepperdine (Feb. 22)…struck out two batters and allowed two hits in 1.1 innings of relief against San Diego State (April 19)…notched one strikeout in 1.1 hitless innings against UC Santa Barbara (May 11). 2010 (summer) – Made 11 appearances (one start) for the Holyoke Blue Sox of the New England Collegiate League…went 0-3 with a 1.93 ERA and two saves, recording 17 strikeouts and eight walks in 23.1 innings…most impressive outing came in a start against the Vermont Mountaineers (July 28), allowing three runs (all unearned) and five hits through seven innings – did not allow the three unearned runs until the seventh inning in a no-decision…played for Holyoke alongside UCLA teammate Matt Mosher…Holyoke went 16-26 overall, finishing in fifth place in the Western Division of the New England Collegiate League.

RYAN DEETER Louisville Slugger High School Preseason All-America honors…guided Newark Memorial to the 2008 Mission Valley Athletic League title, having posted a 23-6 overall record and a perfect 12-0 mark in league play…went 9-2 with a 1.19 ERA from his freshman through junior seasons…totaled 145 strikeouts in 109 innings, tossing nine complete games and notching two saves in his first three seasons…also helped lead Newark Memorial to the 2006 Mission Valley Athletic League title..

2010 – Redshirted. High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Newark Memorial High School under head coach Dan Freitas…went 6-3 with a 1.99 ERA and six complete games as a senior (2009), registering a team-leading 60 strikeouts and nine walks in 60.0 innings…earned first-team All-Mission Valley League honors as a senior (utility player) and junior (pitcher)…threw a complete game shutout in a first-round CIF North Coast Section playoff victory (3-0) against San Ramon Valley in May 2009, scattering two hits while compiling 11 strikeouts…helped lead Newark Memorial to a 23-7 overall record, including a 12-1 mark in Mission Valley League play in 2009…at the plate, batted .360 with two home runs, one triple, seven doubles, 16 RBI and 20 runs in 27 games…earned 2009

Personal – Full name: Ryan Neal Deeter…born July 27, 1991 in Fremont, Calif…Ryan is the younger of Ross and Shari Deeter’s two children…has one older sister, Jaclyn… admires San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum…Mathematics/Economics major. Career Highs Innings - 1.2 (three times), last vs. Florida State (6/19/12) Strikeouts - 3 (twice), last vs. Long Beach State (2/28/12)

Ryan Deeter’s Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

ERA 7.11 0.89 1.96

W-L 0-0 1-0 1-0

APP 5 36 41

GS 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0

SHO/CBO 0/1 0/1 0/2

SV 0 0 0

IP 6.1 30.1 36.2

H 8 20 28

R 5 7 12

ER 5 3 8

BB 3 18 21

SO 7 26 33

2B 1 4 5

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

BF 31 127 158

OAV .308 .196 .219

WP 0 0 0

HBP 2 2 4

SFA 0 2 2

SHA 0 3 3

BK 0 1 1

2012 – Redshirted the season.

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High School – Two-year varsity baseball letterwinner at San Dimas High School under head coach Mike Regan…selected in the 37th round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Florida Marlins…went 4-1 with a 2.72 ERA and one save as a senior (2011), totaling 53 strikeouts and 12 walks in 56.2 innings…batted .360 with two home runs, 14 doubles, 22 RBI and 26 runs scored during his senior season…captured first-team All-Valle Vista League honors as a utility player during his senior season…helped lead San Dimas High School to the 2011 Valle Vista League championship.

JAKE

EHRET

RHP • RS Freshman • 6-3 • 207 • R/R San Dimas, Calif. (San Dimas HS)

Notes – Athletic right-handed pitcher who redshirted in 2012...will look to contribute from the bullpen in his second year in the program...projectable right-hander who can throw three pitches for strikes.

2011 MLB Draft 37th Round Selection

Personal – Full name: Jacob Ryan Ehret (pronounced AIR-et)…born March 18, 1993 in San Dimas, Calif…Jake is the youngest of Scott and Sandra Ehret’s three children…has one brother, Scott, and one sister, Krista…admires the late Mickey Mantle, a New York Yankees outfielder and Hall of Famer…Political Science major.

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ERIC

FILIA

OF • Sophomore • 6-0 • 180 • L/R Huntington Beach, Calif. (Edison HS)

Notes – Talented left-handed hitter who has all the tools to excel as an outfielder at the Division I level...can hit with power to all fields and is expected to be an offensive threat at the top of the lineup. 2012 (summer) – Led the Wisconsin Woodchucks of the Northwoods League with a .383 batting average and six home runs in 39 games...scored 32 runs and registered 37 RBI and 24 stolen bases as well...named to the Northwoods League Post-Season AllStar Team...named the No. 10 overall prospect from the Northwoods League by Baseball America. 2012 – Played in 20 games, making 14 starts (13 as designated hitter, one in left field)...batted .245 with one double, eight RBI and six runs...recorded a .355 on-base percentage and stole three bases in three attempts...recorded at least one hit in each of his first seven games, opening his collegiate career batting 10-for-24 (.417) with seven RBI in those contests...went 4-for-7 with one run in a doubleheader against Arizona State (March 18)...went 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI in UCLA’s 16-0 win at Utah (March 30)...went 2-for-2 with one stolen base in the Bruins’ 6-2 win in the series finale at Arizona (April 15). 2011 (summer) – Played in 34 games for the Wenatchee Apple Sox of the West Coast Collegiate League…batted .294 with two home runs, 15 RBI and 15 runs…was selected to play in the league’s All-Star Game…Wenatchee went 39-15 overall, finishing in first place in the league’s East Division. High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Edison High School under head coach Steve Lambright…named Sunset League MVP as a junior (2010) and coMVP as a senior (2011) with teammate Christian Lopes…secured first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honors as a senior…captured first-team Orange County Register All-County accolades as a junior and senior…led Edison to three consecutive Sunset League titles (2009, 2010, 2011)…named team MVP as a freshman, junior and senior…concluded high school ranking seventh all-time in CIF history with 156 hits… batted .351 with 60 total bases, 33 hits and 27 runs as a senior…earned second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honors as a junior…batted .391 as a junior (2010), totaling seven home runs and 17 RBI with a .491 on-base percentage…first-team Orange County Register All-County, first-team Cal-Hi Sports All-State underclassman as a junior ... batted .354 as a sophomore (2009), collecting three home runs, eight doubles, 17 RBI and 23 runs…secured second-team All-Sunset League accolades and led Edison to the 2009 CIF Southern Section Division I title game as a sophomore…batted .500 as a freshman (2008), tying a school record held by Jeff Kent for single-season batting average…set single-season school records during his freshman year for most hits (53) and at-bats (106)...named Sunset League Rookie of the Year in 2008…batted .700 at the USA Baseball National Championship in 2008...named to the Team USA 16-U Trial Team…competed on the Babe Ruth gold medal-winning team at the Tournament of the Stars in Cary, N.C…named to Team USA’s National Team Trial squad in 2009 and 2010… played for the Milwaukee Brewers Blue Team at the 2010 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif…selected to the Angels Elite and New York Yankees scout teams in the fall of 2009 and 2010.

ERIC FILIA Personal – Full name: Eric Robert Filia…born July 6, 1992 in Carlsbad, Calif…Eric is the son of Mike Filia and Kristin Snyder…has two younger brothers, Michael Filia and Marc Filia…admires former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward…History major. Career Highs At-bats - 5 at Utah (4/1/12) Runs - 2 at Utah (3/30/12) Hits - 2 (four times), last at Arizona (4/15/12) Doubles - 1 at Utah (3/31/12) RBI - 3 vs. Washington State (3/24/12) Stolen Bases - 1 (three times), last at Arizona (4/15/12)

Eric Filia’s Career Stats YEAR 2012 (Fr.) TOTALS

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AVG .245 .245

GP-GS 20-14 20-14

AB 53 53

R 6 6

H 13 13

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 8 8

TB 14 14

SLG .264 .264

TUCKER

FORBES S

RHP • Freshman • 6-9 • 210 • R/R Pebble Beach, Calif. (Stevenson School)

Notes – Projectable right-handed pitcher who enjoyed a great four-year high school career at Stevenson School...has the ability to contribute from the bullpen as a freshman and has a bright future in UCLA’s program. High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Stevenson School (Pebble Beach, Calif.) under head coach Paul Wilcox...posted an 8-3 record with 71 strikeouts

BB 7 7

HBP 2 2

SO 8 8

GDP 2 2

OBP .355 .355

SF 0 0

SH 1 1

SB-ATT 3-3 3-3

PO 5 5

A 0 0

E 0 0

FLD 1.000 1.000

in 72 innings pitched as a senior in 2012...started the 2012 season 7-0 and recorded nine complete games, never throwing more than 100 pitches in any of them...also batted .444 and recorded 33 RBI and 40 hits as a senior at Stevenson...named the 2012 Monterey County Player of the Year...earned Mission Trail Athletic League Pitcher of the Year honors in 2012...three-time All-Mission Trail Athletic League selection (2010-12) and two-time All-County selection...went 4-4 with 73 strikeouts in 61 innings, posting three shutouts as a junior in 2011...posted a 5-2 record with 38 strikeouts during his sophomore year in 2010...went 4-1 with 34 strikeouts in 39 innings as a freshman in 2009...also earned three varsity letters in basketball and water polo...two-time All-League selection in basketball. Personal – Full name: James William Tucker Forbes...born July 28, 1993 in San Francisco, Calif...mother is Alex Forbes...has a sister, Maddie...admires Kevin Durant, Lance Armstrong, Michael Jordan and Roberto Clemente...undeclared major.

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PAT

GALLAGHER R

INF • Junior • 6-2 • 224 • L/R Reno, Nev. (Reno HS)

Notes – Can hit for power from the left side of the plate...should push for playing time at first base and as a key left-handed bat off the bench in 2013. 2012 (summer) – Hit .192 with two homeruns, 12 RBI and 22 runs in 38 games for the Thunder Bay Border Cats of the Northwoods League. 2012 – Played in 14 games, making four starts (three at first base, one as designated hitter)...batted .100 with five RBI and three walks...went 1-for-2 with a career-high three RBI in UCLA’s 9-1 victory over Long Beach State (Feb. 28)...went 1-for-3 with two RBI in a 12-4 win against Cal State Northridge (April 17). 2011 (summer) – Played in 45 games for the Bellingham Bells of the West Coast Collegiate League…batted .213 with two home runs, three doubles, 15 RBI and five runs… Bellingham went 21-32, finishing third in the league’s East Division. 2011 – Played in 11 games, serving primarily as a pinch-hitter…batted .083, going 1-for12 with one RBI-double…went 1-for-1 with a pinch-hit RBI-double in his collegiate debut against San Francisco (Feb. 20).

High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Reno High School under head coach Pete Savage…named Nevada’s All-North 4A Player of the Year as a senior (2010), in addition to earning first-team honors…batted .505 with 18 home runs, 12 doubles, 56 RBI, and 46 runs in 97 at-bats as a senior…captured ABCA/Rawlings All-America acclaim and All-Region 8 honors as a senior…selected to the 2010 Baseball America High School All-America team…earned first-team All-Northern High Desert League honors as a first baseman his junior year (2009)…batted .371 with nine home runs, eight doubles, 40 RBI and 25 runs in 105 at-bats as a junior… helped lead Reno to a 33-4 overall record in 2009, including a perfect 18-0 mark in High Desert League play…secured first-team All-State and All-Sierra League accolades as a sophomore (2008)…batted .345 with six home runs, 14 doubles, 46 RBI and 28 runs his sophomore season…helped lead Reno High School to the Northern Region Championship in 2008 and 2010…selected to Lasorda Elite Games and Colorado Rockies Scout Team in the fall of 2009…batted over .350 in each of four summer seasons playing for the Reno Knights…posted a career-high .513 batting average in the summer of 2010 on the Reno Knights summer team. Personal – Full name: Patrick Harry Gallagher…born September 4, 1991 in Reno, Nev… Pat is the younger of John and Lori Gallagher’s two sons…has one older brother, John… History major. Career Highs At-bats - 3 (three times), last vs. Cal State Northridge (4/17/12) Hits - 1 (three times), last vs. Cal State Northridge (4/17/12) Doubles - 1 vs. San Francisco (2/20/11) RBI - 3 vs. Long Beach State (2/28/12)

Pat Gallagher’s Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

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AVG .083 .100 .094

GP-GS 11-0 14-4 25-4

AB 12 20 32

R 0 0 0

H 1 2 3

2B 1 0 1

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 1 5 6

TB 2 2 4

SLG .167 .100 .125

JUSTIN

HAZARD D

INF/C• RS Freshman • 6-2 • 191 • L/R Tustin, Calif. (Beckman HS)

Notes – Versatile infielder who can also play behind the plate...will look to add depth to UCLA’s catching corps in 2013. 2012 (summer) – Hit .164 in 19 games for the Cowlitz Black Bears of the West Coast League.

BB 0 3 3

HBP 0 0 0

SO 4 8 12

GDP 0 0 0

OBP .083 .208 .167

SF 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO 0 29 29

A 0 4 4

E 0 0 0

FLD .000 1.000 1.000

High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Beckman High School under head coach Kevin Lavalle...batted .402 with one home run, 15 doubles, 23 RBI and 33 hits as a senior (2011)...helped lead Beckman to the CIF Southern Section Division III championship as a senior...guided Beckman to the Pacific Coast League title during his senior campaign...finished his three-year baseball career with a .403 batting average, 10 home runs, 35 doubles and 89 RBI...earned first-team All-Pacific Coast League honors as a sophomore, junior and senior...secured first-team all-city honors as a senior and first-team All-CIF Division III accolades as a junior...captured the Pacific Coast League Sportsmanship Award as a senior...named Beckman’s offensive player of the year in 2010 and defensive player of the year in 2009...was invited to play in the 2011 Orange County All-Star High School Seniors game...batted .404 with seven home runs, 13 doubles, 39 RBI and 21 runs as a junior (2010)...was also a two-year varsity football letterwinner (quarterback) at Beckman High School. Personal – Full name: Justin Sarni Hazard...born Sept. 9, 1993 in Chicago, Illinois...Justin is the older of Jon and Shellyn Hazard’s two children...admires Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer...intends to major in Business-Economics.

2012 – Redshirted the season.

2012 (summer) – Tallied 30 strikeouts, two saves and a 1.73 ERA in 11 games (4 starts) for the Wenatchee Applesox of the West Coast League...recorded 10 strikeouts and a 1.64 ERA in the playoffs, leading the Applesox to their third league title in four years and fifth overall...named the No. 3 overall prospect from the West Coast League by Baseball America.

and 23 complete games at Beckman...went 12-2 with a 0.84 ERA, striking out 112 batters in 83.1 innings pitched and recording 10 saves during his senior season...threw two no-hitters against Woodbridge High School and University High School as a senior... ranked No. 75 on Baseball America’s top 500 2012 MLB Draft eligible player list...2012 USA Today and Louisville Slugger first-team All-American selection...2012 Beckman High School and Pacific Coast League Athlete of the Year...two-time All-CIF Division III and firstteam All-Orange County selection (2011-12)...named the CIF Southern Section Division III Player of the Year as a junior (2011)...went 11-1 with a 0.92 ERA, 80 strikeouts, four saves, nine complete games and five shutouts during his junior season...earned three victories in CIF Southern Section Division III playoff games as a junior, hurling shutouts in his first two playoff wins while leading Beckman to the 2011 CIF Division III Southern Section Championship...went 10-0 with a 1.70 ERA in 57.2 innings as a sophomore (2010)...named the Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Year three times (2010-12)... also earned All-Pacific Coast League honors and Irvine News All-City honors three years in a row (2010-12), getting named the Irvine News All-City MVP in 2011...was also a threeyear letterwinner in football as a wide receiver, linebacker and safety under head coach Ken Mushinski...2012 All-CIF Division III selection...also earned All-Pacific Coast League and All-City honors in football in 2012.

High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Beckman High School (Irvine, Calif.) under head coach Kevin Lavelle...selected in the 40th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners...posted a career record of 33-3 with a 0.96 ERA, 250 strikeouts

Personal – Full name: James Douglas Kaprielian...born March 2, 1994 in Laguna Hills, Calif...parents are Douglas and Barbara Kaprielian...has a sister, Alison...admires former UCLA standout and Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson...undeclared major.

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JAMES

KAPRIELIAN N

RHP • Freshman • 6-4 • 195 • R/R Tustin, Calif. (Beckman HS)

Notes – Talented right-hander who had an outstanding career at Beckman High School...a very athletic pitcher who is expected to come in and make an immediate impact out of the bullpen.

2012 MLB Draft 40th Round Selection

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CHRIS

KECK

INF • Sophomore • 6-2 • 205 • L/R Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley HS)

Notes – A left-handed power threat who will look to be an impact bat in the middle of the lineup...athletic infielder with a good arm who will add depth to UCLA’s infield. 2012 – Played in 28 games, making 10 starts as the designated hitter...batted .293, going 12-for-41, with three doubles, five RBI and three runs...drew 15 walks, compiling a .354 on-base percentage...was among the team’s most effective pinch-hitters, going 6-for-16 (.375) in that role...had a season-high two hits in UCLA’s 7-6 win at Georgia (March 10), going 2-for-4 with one double and one run...went 1-for-1, scoring one run after a key pinch-hit single in a ninth-inning rally at Oregon State (April 22)...went 1-for-2 with one RBI in UCLA’s 7-2 series-opening victory at California. High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Amador Valley High School under head coach Lou Cesario…appeared in the Connie Mack World Series in 2009 and 2011…won the home run derby at the 2011 Connie Mack World Series…batted .462 with four homers, three triples, 26 RBI, 26 runs and 30 walks as a junior (2010)… secured East Bay Athletic League MVP honors as a junior, posting a .609 on-base percentage that year…earned “triple crown” honors in the East Bay Athletic League as a junior (batting average, home runs, RBI)…helped lead Amador Valley to its first-ever CIF North Coast Section title in 2010…played for the Milwaukee Brewers White Team at the 2010 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif….competed in the Connie Mack League for the Danville Hoots Baseball Club. Personal – Full name: Chris Charles Keck…born Sept. 2, 1992 in Castro Valley, Calif… Chris is the youngest of Paul and Cynthia Keck’s four children…has two older brothers, Paul and Willie, and one older sister, Candace…admires Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim outfielder Josh Hamilton…History major. Career Highs At-bats - 4 (twice), last vs. Oregon (4/6/12) Runs - 1 (three times), last at Oregon State (4/22/12) Hits - 2 at Georgia (3/9/12) RBI - 1 (five times), last vs. Creighton (6/3/12) Doubles - 1 (three times), last at Utah (3/30/12)

CHRIS KECK

Chris Keck’s Career Stats YEAR 2012 (Fr.) TOTALS

AVG .293 .293

GP-GS 28=10 28=10

16

AB 41 41

R 3 3

H 12 12

2B 3 3

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 5 5

TB 15 15

SLG .366 .366

BB 4 4

HBP 1 1

SO 7 7

GDP 0 0

OBP .354 .354

SF 2 2

SH 1 1

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0

PO 2 2

A 0 0

E 0 0

FLD 1.000 1.000

(2012)...held opponents to just a .177 batting average against him and led the Century League in strikeouts...also batted .349 with 14 RBI and 11 stolen bases as a senior... slugged .518 with a .486 on-base percentage in 2012...hit .314 with 16 runs and 12 RBI as a junior (2011)...posted a .526 slugging percentage and stole 12 bases in 13 attempts as a junior as well...pitched in seven games, striking out nine in seven innings pitched...logged a .342 batting average as a sophomore, scoring 13 runs and recording 10 RBI...three-year team captain (2010-12) and two-time All-Century League selection (2010, 2012)...two-time Brea Olinda MVP (2011-12).

NICK

KERN

RHP• Freshman • 5-11 • 184 • R/R Brea, Calif. (Brea Olinda HS)

Notes – Talented right-handed pitcher who excelled at Brea Olinda High School...has a terrific arm and will look to contribute out of the bullpen in his first season in Westwood. High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Brea Olinda High School (Brea, Calif.) under head coaches Mike Baker (2010) and Matt Sorenson (2011-12)...went 5-2 with a 1.22 ERA, 87 strikeouts and three saves in 74.2 innings pitched as a senior

Personal – Full name: Nick Bryant Kern...born September 27, 1994 in Fullerton, Calif... parents are John and Katie Kern...has an older brother, Tyler, and a younger brother, Christopher...admires boxing legend Muhammad Ali...intends to be a physiological science major.

CURRENT BRUINS, SELECTED IN PREVIOUS MLB DRAFTS

BRENTON

JAKE

JAMES

ALLEN

EHRET

KAPRIELIAN KRAMER MILLER JR. MOORE

KEVIN

DARRELL

TY

ADAM

CODY

TYLER

NICK

PLUTKO

POTEET

SCOTT

VANDER TUIG VIRANT

HUNTER

ZACK

KEVIN

WEISS

WILLIAMS

2012 Draft 2011 Draft 2010 Draft 2010 Draft 2011 Draft 2012 Draft 2011 Draft 2012 Draft 2010 Draft 2012 Draft 2010 Draft 2010 Draft 2012 Draft 27th Round 41st Round 6th Round 9th Round 37th Round 40th Round 25th Round 34th Round 39th Round 11th Round 10th Round 41st Round 25th Round Texas Rangers Toronto Blue Jays Houston Astros Pittsburgh Pirates Los Angeles Dodgers Philadelphia Phillies Miami Marlins Seattle Mariners Cleveland Indians Philadelphia Phillies New York Yankees Houston Astros Washington ashington Nationals Natio

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PLAYER PROFILES opening game of the College World Series (June 15).

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KEVIN

KRAMER R

INF • Sophomore • 6-0 • 197 • L/R Turlock, Calif. (Turlock HS)

Notes – Was UCLA’s leading hitter in the 2012 postseason, hitting .385 in eight postseason games... athletic, left-handed hitter who excelled at third base as a freshman and will be counted on to do so again in 2013.

2011 MLB Draft 25th Round Selection

2012 (summer) – Hit .339 with five homeruns and 21 RBI for the La Crosse Loggers of the Northwoods League...recorded a .529 batting average with four RBI and a stolen base in the playoffs, leading the Loggers to the Northwoods League title. 2012 – Played in 44 games, making 35 starts (29 at third base and four at second base)...batted .281 with five doubles, 13 RBI and 18 runs...hit at a .316 clip in Pac12 ballgames, going 12-for-38 with four runs and three RBI (16 games, 11 starts)...led the Bruins with a .385 batting average in all eight postseason games, going 10-for-26 with three doubles, three runs and five RBI...posted a .429 on-base percentage in the postseason...was UCLA’s leading hitter at the College World Series, batting .375 (3-for-8) with one double, two runs, one RBI and two walks...opened the season as a candidate for the starting position at second base but emerged midway through the year as UCLA’s everyday starting third baseman...batted .170 through UCLA’s first 36 games, before closing the season with a team-high .351 batting average (26-for-74, 13 runs) in UCLA’s final 28 contests...had a key two-run double in UCLA’s 6-3 win at Cal State Fullerton (May 15)...had a season-high three hits in the Bruins’ 4-2 win at Washington to sweep a threegame Pac-12 series (May 13), going 3-for-3 with one run...went 5-for-11 (.455) with one double, one RBI and two runs in three NCAA Regional contests...went 2-for-2 with two walks, one double, two runs and one RBI in UCLA’s 9-1 win over Stony Brook in the

High School – Three-year varsity baseball and football letterwinner at Turlock High School under head coaches Mark DelaMotte and James Paterson, respectively…selected in the 25th round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Cleveland Indians…batted .350 with two homers, six doubles, 30 RBI and 39 runs as a senior (2011)…was a three-time first-team All-Central California League selection (2009, 2010, 2011)…batted .460 with seven home runs, five triples, 11 doubles, 30 RBI and 47 runs as a junior (2010)…named the Stanislaus District’s Athlete of the Year in 2010-11…led Turlock to the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section title game in 2010, collecting three home runs in the playoffs…played for the Milwaukee Brewers White Team at the 2010 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif…. helped lead the USA Baseball U-16 Team to the gold medal in Taiwan during the summer of 2009…served as starting quarterback for Turlock’s football team in 2009 and 2010… earned Central California League MVP honors as a quarterback during his senior season (2010)…passed for 1,037 yards and 15 TDs and rushed for 1,119 yards and 16 TDs as a senior…led Turlock to an 8-3 record and CIF Sac-Joaquin playoff berth in 2010 after going 0-10 in 2009…twice secured first-team All-Central California League honors on the football field, including district offensive MVP one season. Personal – Full name: Kevin Lowell Kramer…born Oct. 3, 1993 in Turlock, Calif…Kevin is the youngest of Glenn and Maureen Kramer’s three sons…has two older brothers, Michael and Steven…admires Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim outfielder Josh Hamilton and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady…History major. Career Highs At-bats - 5 at Cal State Northridge (2/21/12) Runs - 2 vs. Stony Brook (6/15/12) Hits - 3 at Washington (5/13/12) RBI - 2 (twice), last at Cal State Fullerton (5/15/12) Doubles - 1 (five times), last vs. Stony Brook (6/15/12)

Kevin Kramer’s Career Stats YEAR 2012 (So.) TOTALS

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AVG .281 .281

GP-GS 44-35 44-35

AB 121 121

R 18 18

H 34 34

2B 5 5

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 13 13

TB 39 39

SLG .322 .322

MILLER JR. R. R.

C • Freshman • 6-2 • 238 • R/R Yorba Linda, Calif. (Servite HS) 2012 MLB Draft 34th Round Selection

High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Servite High School (Anaheim, Calif.) under head coaches Dave Lawn (previous) and Jeff Sears (current)...selected in the 34th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies...hit .385 during his senior season at Servite...batted .500 with two home runs, four triples, five doubles

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TY

MOORE E

OF • Freshman • 6-0 • 190 • L/R Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mater Dei HS)

Notes – Enjoyed an outstanding four-year career at Mater Dei High School, earning Gatordate State Player of the Year honors in 2012...very talented left-handed hitter who can be an immediate impact player in the outfield.

HBP 6 6

SO 19 19

GDP 3 3

OBP .351 .351

SF 0 0

SH 6 6

SB-ATT 1-2 1-2

PO 39 39

A 67 67

E 9 9

FLD .922 .922

and 17 RBI during his junior season (2011)...listed by the Los Angeles Times as one of the area’s top juniors heading into the 2011 season...played at the 2011 Area Code Games for the Milwaukee Brewers Area Code Team at Blair Field in Long Beach, Calif... competed for the RBI All-Stars at the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars (June 2011) at the National Training Complex in Cary, N.C...hit .325 during his sophomore season at Servite in 2010...three-time All-Trinity League selection (2010-12)...was a two-time All-CIF Southern Section selection and was named a 2012 Rawlings All-American.

DARRELL

Notes – Strong, right-handed hitter who enjoyed a great four-year career at Servite High School...athletic, durable player who will compete for playing time behind the plate as a freshman.

BB 7 7

2012 MLB Draft 25th Round Selection

2012 (summer) – Hit .309 with 36 runs and 20 RBI for the Wenatchee Applesox of the West Coast League...recorded a .316 batting average with six runs and five stolen bases in the playoffs, leading the Applesox to their fifth West Coast League title...selected to the West Coast League All-Star Game. High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana, Calif.) under head coach Burt Call...selected in the 25th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the New York Yankees...named the Gatorade California State Player of the Year and earned USA Today All-America honors in 2012 after hitting .406 with 23 RBI and 10 stolen bases...also pitched for the Monarchs, going 12-2 with a 0.83 ERA and 71

Personal – Full name: Darrell Keith Miller Jr...born September 29, 1993 in Fullerton, Calif...parents are Darrell and Kelly Miller...father, Darrell Miller Sr., runs the MLB Urban Youth Academy in Compton, Calif. and played five seasons in the Major Leagues with the California Angels (1984-1988) as a catcher and outfielder...uncle is Reggie Miller, who played basketball at UCLA for four seasons (1984-87) before enjoying an 18-year Hall of Fame career in the NBA with the Indiana Pacers...aunt is Cheryl Miller, who starred on the women’s basketball team at the USC (1983-86) and played professional basketball...has a younger sister, Nicole, and a younger brother, Cameron...admires Major League catcher Mike Napoli...undeclared major.

strikeouts in 67.1 innings pitched during his senior season...Two-time Orange County Player of the Year by the Orange County Register...earned first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honors as a junior and senior and second-team honors as a sophomore... Louisville Slugger National All-American selection and Trinity League MVP during his junior and senior seasons...batted .510 with three home runs, 13 doubles, 37 RBI, 39 runs and a school-record 51 hits in 30 games as a junior...logged a .581 on-base percentage and a .750 slugging percentage as a junior...also excelled on the mound, going 10-2 with a 3.16 ERA, 55 strikeouts and five complete games in 75.1 innings as a junior...guided Mater Dei to 24-6 overall record, including a 13-2 league mark to win the Trinity League title, as a junior in 2011...batted .413 with one home run, nine doubles 21 RBI and 18 runs in 30 games as a sophomore, leading Mater Dei to the CIF Championship...as a pitcher, went 1-1 with four saves and a 2.29 ERA in 36.2 innings, logging 28 strikeouts and 11 walks...named most valuable player in leading his travel team, Team Marucci, to the championship of the Perfect Game WWBA Tournament in Jupiter, Fla., in Oct. 2011... selected to USA Baseball’s 18U National Team Trials Roster in June 2011. Personal – Full name: Ty Richard Moore...born July 26, 1993 in Irvine, Calif...parents are Roger and Tammara Moore...father, Roger, played college baseball at Cal State Dominguez Hills...has an older brother, Chance...admires New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter...intends to be a Political Science major.

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PLAYER PROFILES

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ADAM

PLUTKO

RHP • Junior • 6-3 • 192 • R/R Upland, Calif. (Glendora HS)

Notes – Has gone 19-7 with a 2.26 ERA in two seasons 2010 MLB Draft as a weekend starting pitcher for UCLA...will enter his junior 6th Round Selection season (2013) with 191 career strikeouts and 71 walks through 227.1 innings, having limited the opposition to a .205 batting average...served as UCLA’s Friday starter in 2012 and as the Bruins’ Sunday starter in 2011...has gone 4-0 with a 0.88 ERA in four career postseason starts, logging 27 strikeouts and nine walks in 30.2 innings (.146 opposing batting average)...with four postseason victories, has tied Trevor Bauer for the program record for career playoff wins...postseason 0.88 ERA is the lowest mark in school history, among pitchers with at least 12.0 playoff innings. 2012 (summer) – Logged a 2.63 ERA with 12 strikeouts and a 1.02 WHIP for the USA Collegiate National Team...helped lead the U.S. Collegiate National Team to a third place finish at the Honkbal-Haarlem Baseball Week in Haarlem, The Netherlands...pitched 5.2 innings in a game against Cuba in Havana on July 7...named the No. 15 overall prospect from the U.S. Collegiate National Team by Baseball America. 2012 – Went 12-3 with a 2.48 ERA in 18 starts as UCLA’s Friday night starting pitcher... totaled 99 strikeouts and 47 walks in a team-high 119.2 innings...threw two complete games...captured third-team All-America honors from Baseball America and second-team All-America acclaim from Perfect Game USA...named to the All-Pac-12 Conference team for the second straight season...secured second-team ABCA All-West Region honors... ranked among the top-10 in multiple Pac-12 pitching categories, including fourth in strikeouts (99), eighth in ERA (2.48), fifth in innings pitched (119.2), third in opposing batting average (.215)...tied for second in victories (12) and tied for third in games started (18)...went 7-0 with a 0.89 ERA and a .180 opposing batting average in his final seven starts (May 5 through June 15)...in three postseason starts, went 3-0 with a 1.17 ERA, registering 21 strikeouts and seven walks in 23.0 innings...threw a complete-game two-hit shutout against Creighton in UCLA’s opening contest at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional (June 1), totaling seven strikeouts and three walks...also fired a complete-game shutout at No. 9-ranked Georgia (March 9), recording a season-high 11 strikeouts and no walks while scattering five hits in the Bruins’ 2-0 victory...allowed one run and five hits in seven strong innings to notch the victory in UCLA’s 9-1 win over Stony Brook (June 15) in the opening game of the College World Series...allowed two runs and seven hits in seven innings to notch the victory in Game 1 of the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional versus TCU (June 8), striking out seven batters and issuing two walks...scattered five hits in seven scoreless innings at Safeco Field against Washington (May 11), earning the win in UCLA’s 2-0 victory...allowed one run and two hits in 8.1 innings in the opening game of a doubleheader against Purdue (May 5), earning the victory as UCLA defeated the Boilermakers, 5-1...allowed two hits in 7.2 scoreless innings in the Bruins’ series opener at Oregon State to pick up the victory (April 20)...recorded 10 strikeouts and one walk in UCLA’s season opener versus Maryland (Feb. 17, no-decision), scattering five hits in seven scoreless innings.

ADAM PLUTKO scoreless frames against San Francisco (Feb. 20)…surrendered one run through his first 19.0 innings as a freshman.

2011 – Went 7-4 with a 2.01 in 16 appearances (15 starts) in a terrific freshman campaign…named a first-team Freshman All-America selection by Baseball America… secured Freshman All-America acclaim from Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association…earned All-Pac-10 team honors… posted a 2.01 ERA, the second-lowest mark in the Pac-10 Conference…registered 92 strikeouts and 24 walks in 107.2 innings, limiting the opposition to a .193 batting average…ranked fourth in the Pac-10 in opposing batting average (.193), eighth in strikeouts (92) and tied for 10th in victories (seven)…in nine Pac-10 starts, went 3-2 with a 2.51 ERA, 44 strikeouts, 13 walks and a .210 opposing batting average in 61.0 innings…allowed two runs or fewer in 13 of 15 starts…pitched at least 6.0 innings or more in 14 of 16 appearances…earned Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week honors after throwing a two-hit complete game shutout at Oregon (May 8), striking out seven batters and walking one…in an elimination game, earned the victory against San Francisco (June 5) by limiting the Dons to one hit in 7.2 scoreless innings, logging six strikeouts and two walks…in a crucial Pac-10 series finale, limited California (May 22) to two runs and three hits, striking out three batters and walking one through eight innings…logged a season-high 12 strikeouts and walked one, allowing two runs and four hits in eight innings to secure the win against Cal State Bakersfield (May 15)…allowed one run (unearned) and four hits in 6.1 innings at Stanford (April 23, no-decision)…allowed one run and two hits in eight-plus innings at Washington State (April 10, no-decision)…allowed one hit in seven scoreless innings against Washington (April 3, no-decision)…scattered six hits in six scoreless innings at Nebraska (March 6, no-decision)…earned victory against San Jose State in the second game of a doubleheader (Feb. 27), allowing one run and four hits in seven innings…notched the win in his first collegiate start, scattering two hits in six

High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Glendora High School under head coach Dan Henley…also was a one-year varsity football letterwinner at Glendora under head coach Mark Pasquerella (served as team’s kicker in fall 2006)…selected in the sixth round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros…went 10-1 with a 1.36 ERA, 97 strikeouts and 18 walks in 67.0 innings as a senior (2010)…went 7-3 with a 2.60 ERA, 62 strikeouts and a .216 opponent batting average in 64.0 innings as a junior (2009)…went 2-5 with a 4.24 ERA, 35 strikeouts and one save in 39.2 innings as a sophomore (2008)…went 2-1 with a 3.33 ERA and 17 strikeouts in 27.1 innings as a freshman (2007)…earned CIF Southern Section Division II Player of the Year honors as a senior…helped lead Glendora High School to the 2010 CIF Southern Section Division II championship…selected as a 2010 Under Armour Pre-Season All-America selection… played in USA Baseball’s Tournament of Stars in 2008 and 2009…competed in the Area Code Games in 2008 and 2009…played for the Brewers Elite Team in 2008 and 2009 and for the Red Sox Scout Team from 2006-09…was a three-time Sierra League AllAcademic Team selection (2007-09), posting a 3.7 GPA…listed among the top 75 draft prospects for 2010 by Perfect Game…selected to the ESPN Rise All-Area Code Team in 2009…was named a top California underclassman by ESPN Rise in 2009. Personal – Full name: Adam Gregory Plutko…born October 3, 1991 in Pomona, Calif… Adam is the younger of Gregory and Philomena Plutko’s two children…has one older sister, Sara, was a three-year women’s soccer letterwinner at Oregon…History major. Career Highs Innings Pitched - 9.0 (three times), last vs. Creighton (6/1/12) Strikeouts - 12 vs. Cal State Bakersfield (5/15/11)

Adam Plutko’s Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

ERA 2.01 2.48 2.26

W-L 7-4 12-3 19-7

APP 16 18 34

GS 15 18 33

CG 1 2 3

SHO/CBO 1/1 2/3 3/4

SV 0 0 0

IP 107.2 119.2 227.1

H 73 91 164

R 28 35 63

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ER 24 33 57

BB 24 47 71

SO 92 99 191

2B 14 13 27

3B 1 2 3

HR 3 7 10

BF 425 490 915

OAV .193 .215 .205

WP 2 2 4

HBP 5 6 11

SFA 3 2 5

SHA 15 12 27

BK 0 0 0


PLAYER PROFILES

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CODY

POTEET

RHP • Freshman • 6-1 • 191 • R/R Bonita, Calif. (Christian HS)

Notes – Strong, durable right-handed pitcher who has 2012 MLB Draft three above-average pitches...enjoyed a great career at 27th Round Selection Christian High School and with club team ABD Bulldogs...is expected to make an immediate impact on the mound in 2013. High School– Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Christian High School (El Cajon, Calif.) under head coach Michael Mitchell...selected in the 27th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Washington Nationals...batted .509 with 55 hits, 13 doubles, 20 stolen bases, 23 RBI and 45 runs as a junior in 2011, pitching 17.2 innings that season...broke school records with 55 hits and a .509 batting average in 2011...did not play for Christian in 2012, instead competing for club team ABD Bulldogs ... went 10-1 with a 2.10 ERA

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and 112 strikeouts in 66.2 innings pitched for the Bulldogs in 2012...ranked No. 189 on Baseball America’s top 500 2012 MLB Draft eligible player list...earned first-team All-East County and first-team All-Eastern League accolades as a third baseman following his junior season...played in the 2011 Perfect Game All-American Classic at Petco Park (San Diego)...selected to USA Baseball’s 18U National Team Trials Roster in June 2011... selected to compete for (but not travel with) USA Baseball’s 18U National Team at the 2011 COPABE `AAA’ 18U Junior Pan American Championships in Cartegna, Colombia (Nov. 17-27, 2011)...went 9-1 on the mound as a freshman at Christian (2009), posting a 1.56 ERA with 78 strikeouts and 32 walks...batted .394 as a freshman, totaling nine home runs, eight doubles, 31 RBI and 26 runs in 32 games...earned MaxPreps.com All-America honors as a freshman, in addition to securing first-team All-East County accolades that season...pitched in the summer of 2009 for the USA Baseball U14 National Team in Guatemala...also lettered in basketball at Christian in 2010, playing guard under head coach Kelvin Starr. Personal – Full name: Cody Austin Poteet...born July 30, 1994 in San Diego, Calif... parents are Michael and Robin Poteet...has a brother, Michael, and a sister Skylar... admires Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim outfielder Josh Hamilton and NFL quarterback Tim Tebow...intends to be a Political Science major.

High School – Two-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana, Calif.) under head coach Burt Call...went 1-0 with a 0.84 ERA, 29 strikeouts and three saves in 15 games (1 start) as a senior (2012)...held opponents to just a .198 batting average against him as a senior in 2012...Named Mater Dei’s Pitcher of the Year in his senior season...helped Mater Dei win the 2012 National High School Invitational in Cary, N.C., pitching three innings in the 3-2 championship win over Harvard-Westlake... pitched in three games as a junior, striking out five in five innings pitched.

CHASE

RADAN

RHP • Freshman • 6-4 • 184 • R/R Tustin, Calif. (Mater Dei HS)

Notes – Enters his freshman season after enjoying a great senior season at prestigious Mater Dei High School...projectable right-handed pitcher with good size who has a bright future in UCLA’s program.

Personal – Full name: Chase Matthew Radan...born June 29, 1994 in Anaheim, Calif... parents are Dave and Tammy Radan...has an older sister, Elle, and two younger sisters, Tara and Emma....admires former UCLA standout and Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson...Undeclared major.

Pac-12 Conference History Pac-12 Standings (2006-2012) Pac-12 Arizona State UCLA Oregon State Arizona Stanford Washington State California Oregon Washington USC Utah 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

W 125 111 99 99 93 84 80 47 76 71 7

Pac-12 UCLA/Arizona Pac-10 UCLA ASU ASU ASU ASU OSU OSU STAN STAN USC USC ASU/STAN/UCLA STAN Pac-10 North WASH* WASH* WASH WSU OSU WASH WASH

L 58 71 83 84 89 99 102 64 107 112 23

PCT .683 .610 .544 .541 .511 .459 .440 .423 .415 .388 .233

Overall Standings (2006-2012) Overall Arizona State Oregon State Arizona UCLA Stanford Washington State Oregon California Washington USC Utah 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 Pac-8 1978 1977

South STAN STAN USC* USC* STAN ASU ARIZ

Pac-8 1976 Pac-8 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

W 317 277 262 260 239 217 133 208 198 184 172 WSU WSU WSU WSU WSU OSU WSU WSU/PSU OSU OSU/WSU WASH WSU WSU North WSU WSU North WSU** North WSU ORE/WSU WSU WSU/ORE WSU WSU

L 111 140 151 166 169 178 111 177 194 213 209

PCT .741 .664 .634 .610 .586 .549 .545 .540 .505 .463 .451

USC STAN ARIZ ASU STAN UCLA STAN ASU STAN ASU ASU ARIZ/CAL UCLA South USC** USC** CIBA UCLA South USC** USC** USC** USC** USC** USC**

1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934

Pac-8 UCLA USC STAN North WSU WSU ORE OSU OSU WSU WSU WASH OSU ORE WSU# ORE ORE# ORE OSU# OSU WSU# WSU WSU WSU ORE WSU WSU ORE ORE ORE OSU ORE OSU/WSU ORE WSU ORE ORE

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CIBA USC STAN USC USC SC USC CAL/USC #USC #USC #CAL/USC USC #USC USC #STAN USC #USC STAN #USC #USC CAL/USC USC CAL UCLA +CAL/USC USC CAL/STM STM USC/STM CAL CAL USC CAL/USC CAL

1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921

WSU WASH WASH WASH WASH ORE/WSU WSU WASH WASH

CAL USC STAN USC CAL STM STM CAL STAN

CAL WASH WASH CAL

CAL

1920 CAL 1919 WASH 1918 ORE 1917 CAL 1916 CAL * North-South playoff champion ** Pac-8 playoff champion # Pacific Coast Conference playoff champion + California won CIBA Division 1, USC won Division 2. Cal def. USC in CIBA playoff title game. PSU (Portland State), SC (Santa Clara), STM (St. Mary’s)

OVER THE YEARS 2012 2009 1999 1996 1991 1982 1982 1979 1977 1976 1970 1967 1951 1947 1935 1933 1931 1928 1927 1925

Utah added to Pac-12 Conference (Colorado does not have baseball) Oregon rejoins Pac-10 after having reinstated baseball in July 2007 Pac-10 dissolves North and South Divisions; Portland State dropped Gonzaga and Portland dropped from Northern Division Eastern Washington dropped from Northern Division Portland State, Gonzaga and Eastern Washington added to North Oregon drops baseball Arizona, Arizona State added to Southern Division, establishing “Pac-10” Pac-8 Conference returns to two four-team divisions (North, South) Southern Division becomes CIBA, adds UC Santa Barbara for one season Pac-8 Conference splits into two four-team divisions (North, South) Pac-8 Conference emerges as one eight-team group (UCLA, USC, STAN, CAL, OSU, ORE, WASH, WSU) Two five-team divisions form (CIBA, North) CIBA includes UCLA, USC, STAN, CAL, SCU Northern Division includes WSU, OSU, ORE, WASH, IDAHO CIBA adds St. Mary’s for next four seasons UCLA and Santa Clara added back to CIBA UCLA, Santa Clara and San Francisco dropped from CIBA San Francisco added to CIBA UCLA added to CIBA CIBA forms (St. Mary’s, USC, Stanford, California and Santa Clara) North. Div. (WASH, WSU, ORE, OSU, IDAHO) carries Montana through 1928


PLAYER PROFILES

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CODY

REGIS

INF • Senior • 6-2 • 235 • L/R Glendora, Calif. (Glendora HS)

Notes – Enters his senior year having batted .278 with 16 home runs, four triples and 31 doubles in 178 games (167 starts, including 135 at third base, 13 at first base, seven at second base and 12 as designated hitter)...has played in at least 57 games in each of three seasons at UCLA...has belted 15 of his 16 career home runs in the second half of the season. 2012 – Played in 60 games, making 58 starts (33 at third base, 13 at first base and 12 as designated hitter)...batted .239 with one home run, one triple, four doubles, 25 RBI and 31 runs...registered a .361 on-base percentage...ranked fourth on the team with a .330 batting average in Pac-12 games, going 29-for-88 with 13 RBI and 18 runs...was second on the team with a .464 on-base percentage in conference games...totaled 12 multiple-hit games and seven multiple-RBI performances...had a season-high three hits and three RBI in the series finale at Oregon State (April 22), going 3-for-4 with one home run, three RBI and three runs...went 2-for-3 with a career-high four runs in UCLA’s 11-3 win at Washington (May 12)...finished the three-game series sweep at Washington going 4-for-9 (.444) with five runs and three walks (May 11-13)...went 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI in the Bruins’ 15-3 win at Arizona (April 14)...had consecutive two-hit games in losses to Oregon (April 5-6)...drew a season-high three walks in three games. 2011 (summer) – Played in 52 games for the Wisconsin Woodchucks…batted .283 with six home runs, two triples, 11 doubles, 28 RBI, 29 runs and 33 walks…ranked fourth on the club in batting average (.283) and tied for second in home runs (6)…Wisconsin went 24-46, tied for seventh place in the league’s South Division. 2011 – Played in 57 games, making 56 starts at third base…batted .284 with a teamleading six home runs and 45 RBI…also led UCLA with a .448 slugging percentage… totaled two triples, 10 doublers and 20 runs, compiling a .381 on-base percentage… drew a team-high 34 walks…logged a .305 batting average in Pac-10 play, collecting a team-leading 22 RBI in conference games…hit safely in 33 of the Bruins’ final 45 games… finished the season tied for second in the Pac-10 in walks (34), ranked seventh in RBI (45) and tied for eighth in home runs (6)…registered one career-high 15-game hitting streak (March 29-April 22) during which he raised his batting average from .179 to .303 (change of 124 points)…totaled 13 multiple-hit games, including one season-high four-hit effort (at Oregon, May 8) and two three-hit games…led UCLA with nine multipleRBI games, including one season-high four-RBI effort (at Washington State, April 9)… batted .286 (4-for-14) with one double, two RBI, one run and three walks in four NCAA Regional games, posting a .412 on-base percentage…went 2-for-4 with two RBI and one run in a 10-3 series-opening win at Arizona State (May 27)…went 2-for-4 with one solo homer at UC Irvine (May 24)…went 4-for-4 with one walk and one RBI in a 4-0 victory at Oregon (May 8)…went 1-for-5 with an inside-the-park home run, two RBI and two runs at Pepperdine (May 3), logging UCLA’s first inside-the-park homer since the second game of a doubleheader at Long Beach State on March 22, 2008 (Brandon Crawford)… went 4-for-11 (.364) in a three-game Pac-10 series against Arizona (April 15-17)…went 5-for-13 (.385) with one double, five RBI and one run in a three-game Pac-10 series at Washington State (April 8-10)…led UCLA past Washington State, 10-3, by going 3-for-5 with one double, four RBI and one run (April 9)…went 3-for-4 with three RBI in the second game of a doubleheader against San Jose State (Feb. 27). 2010 (summer) – Played in 24 game for the Bellingham Bells of the West Coast Collegiate League…batted .250 with four doubles, 15 RBI and 10 runs…Bellingham went 25-22 overall, finishing third in the West Coast Collegiate League’s West Division. 2010 – Played in 61 games, making 53 starts (46 at third base, seven at second base)…batted .312 with nine home runs, one triple, 17 doubles, 47 RBI and 41 runs… earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 Team accolades…among UCLA’s most productive performers in the postseason, batting .340 in 12 games, going 16-for-47 with five home runs, two doubles, 13 RBI and 12 runs – logged a team-best .702 slugging percentage in the postseason and a .436 on-base percentage…posted a .280 batting average in six College World Series games, going 7-for-25 with one homer, one double, five RBI and four runs…secured All-Tournament Team honors at the College World Series and NCAA Los Angeles Regional…finished the season tied for the team lead in home runs (nine, with Dean Espy), but did not hit his first homer of the season until May 7 (UCLA’s 42nd contest) – belted nine home runs in the team’s final 26 games, including seven in the last 16 contests…ranked seventh in the Pac-10 with 35 walks, the second-highest total on the team…recorded 14 multiple-hit games, including a season-high three hits against Pepperdine (May 4)…tied for the team lead with 15 multiple-RBI games (along with Dean Espy), including five three-RBI efforts…went 2-for-3 with his first career home run, two RBI and one run in a series-opening 7-2 victory at Washington (May 7)…hit safely in each game of UCLA’s sweep at California (May 21-23), going 4-for-11 with five runs and two

CODY REGIS walks…went 2-for-3 with one home run at Cal State Fullerton (May 25)…went 4-for-9 (.444) with two home runs, one double, five walks, six RBI and five runs in three games at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional…went 1-for-4 with a solo home run that put UCLA ahead for good in a 6-3 win against LSU (June 5)…went 1-for-2 with a three-run homer in the eighth inning that pushed the Bruins’ cushion from 3-2 to 6-2 in the NCAA Regionalclinching win over UC Irvine (June 6)…went 5-for-13 (.385) with two solo home runs in three games at the NCAA Super Regional against Cal State Fullerton – went 2-for-5 with one pair of solo homers in Game 2, an 11-7 UCLA win in 10 innings (June 12)…went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer against TCU (June 19), pushing the Bruins into the winners’ bracket in their second game of the College World Series…went 2-for-4 with one run in a loss to TCU (June 25) before responding the next day with a 2-for-2 effort against TCU (June 26), registering one double, two RBI, one run and three walks in UCLA’s 10-3 win to advance to the championship series. High School – Three-year varsity letterwinner at Glendora High School under head coach Dan Henley…batted .355 as a senior (2009), totaling three home runs, 24 runs and 18 RBI…earned first-team All-Sierra League honors as a senior, in addition to being named a scholar-athlete selection at Glendora…batted .354 as a junior (2008), registering one home run, seven doubles, 22 RBI and 17 runs…earned first-team All-Sierra League accolades as a junior…batted .403 with three doubles, 13 RBI and 16 runs as a sophomore (2007), leading Glendora in batting average and walks…secured second-team All-Sierra League honors that season, in addition to being named a scholar-athlete selection…played in the 2008 Kiko Garcia Sports Training All-Star Game (top underclassmen in San Gabriel Valley)…also played for the Tampa Bay Rays Scout Team in 2007 and 2008…listed by ESPN Rise Magazine as a top-50 baseball player in the greater Los Angeles area prior to his senior season…played in the 2009 USA Baseball Tournament of Stars in Cary, N.C… competed in the Babe Ruth World Series in Washington D.C., where he was awarded a Gold Glove Award as the team’s shortstop…named the San Gabriel Valley 18-and-under Babe Ruth Team Most Valuable Player in the summer of 2009. Personal – Full name: Cody Ryan Regis…born June 8, 1991 in Tucson, Ariz…Cody is the oldest of Steven and Betsy Regis’ three sons…has two younger brothers, Willy and Wyatt…Sociology major. Career Highs At-bats - 6 vs. Florida (6/19/10) Runs - 4 at Washington (5/12/12) Hits - 4 at Oregon (5/8/11) RBI - 4 at Washington State (4/9/11) Doubles - 2 vs. Oral Roberts (3/21/10) Triples - 1 (four times), last at California (5/18/12) Home Runs - 2 vs. Cal State Fullerton (6/12/10) Stolen Bases - 1 (14 times), last at California (5/18/12)

Cody Regis’ Career Stats YEAR 2010 (Fr.) 2011 (So.) 2012 (Jr.) TOTALS

AVG .312 .284 .239 .278

GP-GS 61-53 57-56 60-58 178-167

AB 189 194 188 571

R 41 20 31 92

H 59 55 45 159

2B 17 10 4 31

3B 1 2 1 4

HR 9 6 1 16

RBI 47 45 25 117

TB 105 87 54 246

SLG .556 .448 .287 .431

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BB 35 34 30 99

HBP 1 1 8 10

SO 46 56 46 148

GDP 5 2 2 9

OBP .420 .381 .361 .387

SF 1 7 4 12

SH 6 6 3 15

SB-ATT 7-7 4-7 3-5 14-19

PO A 45 90 31 73 132 59 208 222

E 12 11 6 29

FLD .918 .904 .970 .937


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High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Edison High School (Fresno, Calif.) under head coach Cliff Rold...also earned two varsity letters in football (2008-09), playing quarterback under head coach Tim McDonald...helped lead Edison to the 2008 Baseball Section title and the 2009 Football Section title.

MAX

SCHUH

Personal – Full name: Maxwell Namath Schuh...born March 13, 1992 in Fresno, Calif... parents are Mark and Mary Schuh...has three brothers: Charlie, Beaux and Trevor...both parents and brothers Charlie and Beaux attended UCLA...Political Science major.

LHP • RS Sophomore • 6-4 • 205 • L/L Fresno, Calif. (Edison HS)

Notes – Joined the UCLA baseball program in the fall of 2012...also played for the UCLA football team as a quarterback from 2010-11...did not play in any football games in either 2010 (redshirt) or 2011 and will enter the 2013 baseball season as a redshirt sophomore.

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High School – Three-year varsity baseball and two-year varsity football letterwinner under head coachs Tim Grayson and Mazi Moayed, respectively, at Marin Catholic High School… selected in the 41st round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Texas Rangers…led Marin Catholic to a 24-4 record, including a 16-2 league mark, as a senior (2011)…went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer in a 10-1 victory over McKinleyville, guiding Marin Catholic to the 2011 CIF North Coast Section Division IV title…played in the outfield and at third base…on the football field, had 41 carries for 234 yards and six touchdowns as a junior (2009)… also recorded 13 catches for 465 yards and seven touchdowns that season.

TYLER

SCOTT

OF • RS Freshman • 6-2 • 220 • R/R Novato, Calif. (Marin Catholic HS)

Notes – Joined the UCLA baseball program in January 2011 MLB Draft 2012…also plays for the UCLA football team as a wide 41st Round Selection receiver…did not play in any football games last fall, earning a redshirt season…comes to the baseball program as a talented outfielder who is expected to compete for playing time in 2013.

Personal – Full name: Tyler Justin Scott…born May 16, 1993 in Greenbrae, Calif… Tyler is the oldest of Charles and Marcy Scott’s three children…has two younger sisters, Dominique and Mariah…father, Charles, played eight seasons of minor league baseball, pitching primarily in the Cleveland Indians’ organization…undeclared major.

2012 – Redshirted the season.

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player that has played baseball at Long Beach Poly...also earned three letters in football as a free safety under head coach Raul Lara...helped lead Long Beach Poly to league titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012 and a CIF Championship in 2009...2012 team captain for football and four-time All-Academic football selection (2008-12).

JEFF

TURLEY

Personal – Full name: Jeffery Scott Turley Jr...born February 27, 1994 in Long Beach, Calif...parents are Jeff and Julie Turley...has a sister, Killian, and a brother, Samuel... admires Philadelphia Phillies second baseman and former UCLA standout Chase Utley... intends to be a Physiological Science major.

OF• Freshman • 5-11 • 187 • L/R Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Poly HS)

Notes – Athletic left-handed hitter who excelled at Long Beach Poly High School...very versatile player who will add depth to UCLA’s outfield in 2013. High School – Four-year letterwinner at Long Beach Poly High School (Long Beach, Calif.) under head coach Toby Hess...batted .341 as a senior (2012) while captaining Long Beach Poly to their first unshared Moore league title since 1968...hit .386 with three doubles, two triples, one home run, 17 runs and 27 RBI as a sophomore (2010)...also drew 27 walks as a sophomore...three-time All-Moore League selection (2010-12) and four-time All-Academic baseball selection (2009-12)...has the most career wins of any

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accolades and first-team All-Sunset League honors in 2012...batted .271 as a junior (2011) with 16 runs scored...also stole eight bases in eight attempts in 2011...posted a .286 batting average in 2010 as a sophomore, tallying 10 RBI and 15 runs with a .405 on-base percentage...also competed for the Nitro and Trombly Club Baseball team.

BRETT

URABE

INF• Freshman • 5-10 • 170 • R/R Huntington Beach, Calif. (Huntington Beach HS)

Notes – Very versatile player who can play multiple positions defensively...enjoyed a great career at Huntington Beach High School and will add depth to UCLA’s infield in 2013.

Personal – Full name: Brett Philip Urabe...born Nov. 23, 1993 in Fullerton, Calif...parents are Phil and Sheryl Urabe...has one older brother, Ryan, two older sisters, Michelle and Melissa, and a twin brother, Matt...admires New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter... chose to attend UCLA because of its education, location and caliber of baseball...intends to be a Psychology major.

High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Huntington Beach High School (Huntington Beach, Calif.) under head coach Benji Medure...hit .325 with 18 runs, 28 RBI and seven home runs as a senior (2012)...earned second-team All-Orange County

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efforts, including a season-high three RBI in UCLA’s 9-0 victory against Pepperdine (Feb. 22), going 2-for-3 in that contest with one stolen base…went 2-for-4 with one RBI in UCLA’ 4-1 win over San Francisco in an elimination game at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional (June 5)… went 4-for-10 (.400) with one double, two RBI and two runs in UCLA’s three-game Pac-10 series at Arizona State (May 27-29)…opened the weekend at Arizona State going 2-for-5 with one double, two RBI and one run (May 27)…hit safely in each of UCLA’s three Pac-10 games versus California (May 20-22)…went 5-for-11 (.455) in a three-game Pac-10 series at Stanford…went 2-for-4 with two runs in the series opener at Stanford (April 21)…went 2-for-3 with one solo home run in the series finale at Stanford (April 23)…went 2-for-4 with one double, two RBI and two runs in a 14-6 victory against San Diego State (April 19)…went 2-for-3 with one double and one run in the series finale at Washington State (April 10)…went 1-for-2 with one double, two walks and two runs in UCLA’s 10-3 win at Washington State (April 9) to clinch a Pac-10 series victory…went 2-for-4 with one double, two RBI and one run in a 5-3 win over Washington (April 2)…went 2-for-3 with one double, two RBI and one run in a 10-2 victory against Saint Mary’s (March 12).

PAT

VALAIKA

INF • Junior • 5-11 • 206 • R/R Valencia, Calif. (Hart HS)

Notes – Will enter his third year as the starting shortstop in 2013...enters his junior year having played in 114 games, all at shortstop...strong defender who will also look to be a big run producer at the plate as a junior...one of UCLA’s team captains...had a strong summer in the prestigious Cape Cod League, playing in 31 games for the Chatham Anglers...comes from a family with a strong baseball tradition (two older brothers currently playing professional baseball).

High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Hart High School under head coach Jim Ozella…batted .313 as a senior (2010), logging one home run, six doubles, 17 RBI and 13 runs…finished second on the team on the basepaths in 2010, recording 18 stolen bases in 19 attempts…batted .371 as a junior (2009), recording two home runs, one triple, six doubles, 20 RBI and 20 runs…saw limited action on the varsity squad as a sophomore (2008), totaling three at-bats in two games…was the only sophomore to play on Hart’s varsity team during the 2008 baseball season…played for the Milwaukee Brewers Gray Team at the 2009 Area Code Games at Blair Field (Long Beach, Calif.)…competed for the South Team at the 2009 North-South Series at Santa Clara University.

2012 (summer) – Played in 31 games for the Chatham Anglers of the prestigious Cape Cod League, posting a .258 batting average with 12 runs and 16 RBI. 2012 – Started 61 games at shortstop...batted .266 with one home run, four triples, 11 doubles, 39 RBI and 37 runs...recorded a .319 on-base percentage and stole five bases in six attempts...hit safely in nine of the Bruins’ final 12 games, including six of eight postseason contests...totaled 13 multiple-hit games and nine multiple-RBI efforts...was named to both revised watch lists for the Brooks Wallace Award (distributed annually to the nation’s top shortstop)...recorded a season-high-tying three hits and career-best four RBI in the series finale against Baylor, going 3-for-4 with four RBI, one triple and one double...went 1-for-1 with one triple, one RBI and two walks in UCLA’s second NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional game, a 4-1 victory over TCU that propelled the Bruins to the College World Series...finished the season with three three-hit games...scored a career-best four runs in the Bruins’ 19-7 win at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 21), going 3-for-4 with two doubles, one walk and one RBI... went 4-for-10 (.400) with two walks, two runs and one RBI in a three-game series against Purdue (May 5-6)...also went 4-for-10 (.400) with two walks, one double and three runs in a three-game series versus Oregon (April 5-7).

Personal – Full name: Patrick Ryne Valaika…born September 9, 1992 in Valencia, Calif…Pat is the third of Jeff and Ilona Valaika’s four children…has two older brothers in professional baseball – Chris and Matt…has one younger brother, Nick…has one older sister, Briana… brother, Chris, made his major league debut with the Cincinnati Reds in Aug. 2010 and played baseball at UC Santa Barbara…brother, Matt, plays in the St. Louis Cardinals’ minor league organization and played baseball at UC Santa Barbara…History major. Career Highs At-bats - 5 (15 times), last vs. Creighton (6/3/12) Runs - 4 at Cal State Northridge (2/21/12) Hits - 3 (three times), last vs. Cal State Northridge (4/17/12) RBI - 4 vs. Baylor (2/26/12) Doubles - 2 (twice), last vs. Washington State (3/24/12) Triples - 1 (four times), last vs. TCU (6/9/12) Home Runs - 1 (twice), last vs. Stanford (4/27/12) Stolen Bases - 1 (seven times), last vs. TCU (6/8/12)

2011 (summer) – Played in 42 games for the Wenatchee AppleSox of the West Coast Collegiate League…batted .228 with one home run, two triples, four doubles, 27 RBI and 18 runs…played in the league’s annual All-Star Game…Wenatchee went 39-15 overall, finishing first in the league’s East Division. 2011 – Played in 53 games, making 50 starts at shortstop…batted .238, totaling one home run, 10 doubles, 21 runs and 20 RBI…established himself as UCLA’s starting shortstop by the fourth weekend of the regular season…registered 10 two-hit games and six multiple-RBI

Pat Valaika’s Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

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AVG .238 .266 .254

GP-GS 53-50 61-61 114-111

AB 160 229 389

R 21 37 59

H 38 61 99

2B 10 11 21

3B 0 4 4

HR 1 1 2

RBI 20 39 59

TB 51 83 134

SLG .319 .362 .344

BB 11 17 28

HBP 8 2 10

SO 26 32 58

GDP 3 8 11

OBP .318 .319 .319

SF 0 3 3

SH 7 9 16

SB-ATT 2-6 5-6 7-12

PO A 39 103 69 183 108 286

E 10 12 22

FLD .934 .955 .947

third-most saves in the Pac-10 in 2011…led UCLA with 28 appearances, tied for the ninthhighest total among Pac-10 pitchers…picked up the save in UCLA’s 4-1 victory over San Francisco in an elimination game at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional (June 5)…earned the save in the series finale against California (May 22), throwing one scoreless ninth inning to help UCLA secure a Pac-10 series victory…threw one perfect inning in relief against Cal State Bakersfield (May 15) to notch the save…recorded two strikeouts in 1.2 scoreless innings to pick up the save in the series opener at Oregon (May 6)…pitched 1.2 scoreless innings in relief, collecting the victory in UCLA’s 8-5 win over Arizona (April 17)…threw 1.1 perfect innings in relief against Long Beach State (April 12), recording one save…recorded three strikeouts in two scoreless frames at Nebraska (March 4), earning the victory in UCLA’s 1-0 victory in 11 innings…secured his first two collegiate saves in his first two appearances in back-to-back wins against San Francisco (Feb. 19-20) in the Bruins’ second and third games of the season.

NICK

VANDER TUIG G

RHP • Junior • 6-3 • 195 • R/R Oakdale, Calif. (Oakdale HS)

Notes – 10-game winner as a sophomore in 2012...talented, MLB Draft athletic pitcher who had a strong 2012 postseason, going 2010 39th Round Selection 2-1 and striking out 24 batters in 20.1 innings...served as UCLA’s closer as a freshman in 2011, earning honorable mention All-Pac-10 Conference acclaim...overcame an elbow injury in high school that wiped out his senior season.

High School – Two-year varsity letterwinner at Oakdale High School under head coach Hondo Arpoika…selected in the 39th round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Toronto Blue Jays… did not pitch as a senior, recovering from an arm injury…went 8-1 with a 0.82 ERA, compiling 80 strikeouts and eight walks in 59.2 innings as a junior (2009)…hurled seven complete games, making 11 appearances on the mound as a junior…batted .405 with three home runs, 29 RBI, a .511 on-base percentage and .716 slugging percentage as a junior…secured first-team All-State honors (Cal-Hi Sports) in 2009…earned first-team All-Valley Oak League honors as a pitcher in 2008 and 2009…named a first-team All-District selection as a junior, leading Oakdale to the 2009 Valley Oak League title…went 5-1 with a 1.15 ERA, recording 82 strikeouts and 16 walks in 61.0 innings as a sophomore (2008)…batted .346 with two home runs, eight doubles, 27 RBI and 18 runs his sophomore year…claimed second-team All-District recognition as a sophomore, leading Oakdale to the 2008 Valley Oak League title… competed for Central Valley at the 2008 Rawlings NorCal World Series…voted Oakdale High School’s most valuable pitcher as a junior and sophomore…helped lead Oakdale to the 2008 Sac-Joaquin Section Championship, posting a 25-3-3 overall record.

2012 – Made 18 starts, serving as UCLA’s No. 2 starting pitcher...went 10-4 with a 4.43 ERA, recording 77 strikeouts and 25 walks in 109.2 innings...went 2-1 with a 2.21 ERA, 24 strikeouts and three walks in 20.1 innings through three postseason starts...earned AllTournament Team honors at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional...ranked among the top-10 in multiple Pac-12 pitching categories, including tied for sixth in wins (10), tied for ninth in innings (109.2), 10th in strikeouts (77) and tied for third in starts (18)...had his most dominant outings in the postseason...allowed one unearned run and one hit in eight innings, recording a career-high 11 strikeouts in a 7-1 win over New Mexico (June 2) in a winner’s bracket game of the NCAA Los Angeles Regional...did not allow any hits until the top of the eighth inning in the start against New Mexico...allowed one run and five hits, striking out five and issuing one walk, in UCLA’s 4-1 win over TCU (June 9) in the final game of the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional, helping lead the Bruins to the College World Series for the second time in three seasons...recorded eight strikeouts in 6.1 innings in a loss to Arizona (June 17) at the College World Series, surrendering four runs and six hits...allowed one run (unearned) and six hits in eight innings, striking out seven and issuing no walks in a win against Sacramento State (March 3)...limited the opposition to three runs or fewer in 10 of his 18 starts.

Personal – Full name: Nicholas Andrew Vander Tuig (pronounced TYGH)…born December 9, 1991 in Turloch, Calif…Nick is the youngest of Duane and Sally Vander Tuig’s children… has one older sister, Megan…has one older brother, Ryan, who played baseball at San Jose State…History major.

2011 – Made 28 relief appearances, serving as UCLA’s closer during his freshman campaign…went 3-4 with a 2.90 ERA, logging nine saves in 14 opportunities…registered 31 strikeouts and eight walks in 31.0 innings, limiting the opposition to a .250 batting average… secured honorable mention All-Pac-10 team honors…tied for fourth on UCLA’s single-season saves list (nine saves, tied with Gabe Sollecito in 1993)…also tied with two pitchers for the

Career Highs Innings - 8.0 (three times), last vs. New Mexico (6/2/12) Strikeouts - 11 vs. New Mexico (6/2/12)

Nick Vander Tuig’s Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

ERA 2.90 4.43 4.09

W-L 3-4 10-4 13-8

APP 28 46 46

GS 0 18 18

CG 0 0 0

SHO/CBO 0/3 0/0 0/3

SV 9 0 9

IP 31.0 109.2 140.2

H 29 121 150

R 13 60 73

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ER 10 54 64

BB 8 25 33

SO 31 77 108

2B 6 24 30

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 13 13

BF 130 480 610

OAV .250 .277 .271

WP 3 1 4

HBP 1 8 9

SFA 0 5 5

SHA 5 5 10

BK 0 2 2


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season (2012), logging 105 strikeouts and just 26 walks in 66.2 innings pitched... earned first-team All-CIF and All-State honors as a senior...went 6-1 with a 1.54 ERA and 56 strikeouts in 50 innings as a junior (2011)...named a Perfect Game All-American in 2011...two-time Pacific View League and All-County Pitcher of the Year (2011-12)... threw a perfect game against arch rival Rio Mesa High School during his junior season... compiled a string of 33 consecutive batters retired in March 2011...at the plate as a junior, batted .456 with two home runs, 41 hits and 15 RBI...was an honorable mention all-Pacific View League selection as a sophomore in 2010...batted .246 with one home run, 10 doubles and 14 RBI in 28 games as a freshman (did not pitch as a freshman)... ranked No. 19 in Perfect Game USA’s list of the top 300 prospects eligible for the 2012 MLB Draft...ranked No. 53 on Baseball America’s top 500 2012 MLB Draft eligible player list...listed by Baseball America as one of the top 20 prospects at the 2011 Perfect Game National Showcase...selected to USA Baseball’s 18U National Team Trials Roster in June 2011...selected to compete for USA Baseball’s 18U National Team at the 2011 COPABE `AAA’ 18U Junior Pan American Championships in Cartegna, Colombia (Nov. 17-27, 2011).

HUNTER

VIRANT

LHP• Freshman • 6-4 • 180 • R/L Camarillo, Calif. (Camarillo HS)

Notes – Strong, athletic left-hander who enjoyed a great four-year career at Camarillo High School...can throw four pitches for strikes and will look to be an immediate impact pitcher in the program.

2012 MLB Draft 11th Round Selection

2012 (summer) – Made six starts for the Walla Walla Sweets of the West Coast League… Went 3-2 with a 2.25 ERA and 36 strikeouts in 44 innings pitched…selected to the West Coast League All-Star Game... named the No. 2 overall prospect from the West Coast League by Baseball America.

Personal – Full name: Hunter Austin Virant...born January 22, 1994 in Camarillo, Calif... parents are John and Karen Virant...has a brother, Jonathan, and an older sister, Katie... admires Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee...intends to be a Geography/Environmental Studies major.

High School – Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Camarillo High School (Camarillo, Calif.) under head coach Richard Jaquez...went 8-3 with a 0.94 ERA during his senior

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GRANT

WATSON

LHP • Sophomore • 6-0 • 185 • L/L Bakersfield, Calif. (Centennial HS)

Notes – Tied the school record for most wins by a freshman (9) in 2012...talented lefthander that can make an impact both as a starter and out of the bullpen...has the ability to throw four pitches for strikes...2012 Freshman All-America selection. 2012 – Made 35 appearances, including 15 starts...had a successful freshman season, serving as the Bruins’ midweek starting pitcher, in addition to making three weekend starts (all against Pac-12 teams) and 20 relief appearances...went 9-2 with a 4.45 ERA, logging 46 strikeouts and 34 walks in 89.0 innings...tied the school record for single-season wins by a freshman (9), a feat also accomplished by Pete Janicki in 1990 and by Trevor Bauer in 2009...captured freshman All-America honors from Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball... was named Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week after going 2-0 in three appearances the week of March 12-18...in midweek ballgames, went 6-0 with a 2.67 ERA, registering 22 strikeouts and 14 walks in 54.0 innings (.250 opposing batting average)...as a starting pitcher, went 8-1 with a 3.76 ERA (15 starts)...out of the bullpen, went 1-1 with a 6.86 ERA (20 apperances)... threw a season-high six innings in six games...allowed one and five hits in six innings in UCLA’s 6-2 win at UC Irvine (May 22), helping the Bruins finished the season with a perfect 11-0 record in all midweek games...scattered two hits in six scoreless innings in the Bruins’ 2-1 victory at Long Beach State (May 1)...registered four strikeouts and no hits in 2.1 scoreless innings of relief against Stanford (April 27)...allowed one run and six hits in six innings as the starting pitcher, earning the victory at Utah (April 1)...limited USC to one run and seven hits in six innings in a non-conference game at Dodger Stadium (March 13), securing the win in a 7-2 decision at the third annual Dodgertown Classic...scattered two hits in 5.1 scoreless innings against UC Riverside (March 6). High School – Three-year varsity baseball and basketball letterwinner at Centennial High School under head coaches Randy Roberts and Alex Lee, respectively…went 9-1 with a 2.02 ERA and two saves in 13 appearances as a senior (2011)…recorded 74 strikeouts and 18 walks in 62.1 innings during his senior season…batted .351 with two home runs, 16 RBI, 26 hits and a .442 on-base percentage as a senior…helped lead Centennial to the Valley Section championship game, as the team posted a 23-5 overall record during his senior year…named Pitcher of the Year by the Bakersfield Californian following his senior season…captured AllSouthwest Yosemite League Pitcher of the Year acclaim as a senior…earned second-team All-State accolades from Cal-Hi Sports as a senior…went 7-3 with a 2.09 ERA, one save and three complete games in 15 appearances as a junior (2010)…registered 77 strikeouts and 32 walks in 63.2 innings during his junior year…played for the ABD Bulldogs under head coach Mike Spiers in 2009 and 2010…competed for the Southern California NTIS Team which participated in the 18U USA Baseball tryouts…went 4-2 with two saves and a 2.88 ERA in 13 appearances as a sophomore (2009)…recorded 53 strikeouts and 21 walks in 48.2 innings during his sophomore season…as a basketball player, averaged 20.5 points per game as a senior, earning first-team all-area honors.

GRANT WATSON Personal – Full name: Grant Joseph Watson…born July 2, 1993 in Bakersfield, Calif…Grant is the younger of Stacy and Kelly Watson’s two sons…Geography/Environmental Studies major.

Career Highs Innings Pitched - 6.0 (six times), last at UC Irvine (5/22/12) Strikeouts - 5 (twice), last at Utah (4/1/12)

Grant Watson’s Career Stats YEAR 2012 (Fr.) TOTALS

ERA 4.45 4.45

W-L 9-2 9-2

APP 35 35

GS 15 15

CG 0 0

SHO/CBO 0/1 0/1

SV 0 0

IP 89.0 89.0

H 94 94

R 52 52

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ER 44 44

BB 34 34

SO 46 46

2B 18 18

3B 0 0

HR 3 3

BF 388 388

OAV .286 .286

WP 3 3

HBP 4 4

SFA 6 6

SHA 15 15

BK 0 0


PLAYER PROFILES 2010 – Redshirted.

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AARON

High School – Three-year varsity baseball and football letterwinner at Bullard High School under head coaches Chad Thronhill and Don Arax…earned first-team All-Metro League baseball honors as a sophomore, junior and senior…batted .402 as a senior (2009), totaling 39 hits, two home runs, 32 RBI and a .546 OBP…secured first-team All-City honors...was chosen to play in the City/County All-Star Game as a senior…second-team All-Central Valley selection as a senior, earning Bullard Team Co-MVP honors…guided Bullard to the Metro League title in each of three varsity seasons…batted .481 as a junior (2008) with 37 hits, 27 runs, 18 RBI and a .545 OBP…earned the Bullard Scholar-Athlete Award as a junior and sophomore…batted .393 as a sophomore (2007), registering 39 hits, 25 runs, 19 RBI and a .585 OBP…three-year starter on the football team, playing safety and wide receiver…firstteam All-Metro League selection as a senior (2008) and first-team All-City selection…served as defensive captain as a junior and senior, earning the Coaches’ Award his senior year… named the Defensive Player of the Week on three occasions in three seasons…earned firstteam All-Metro League football honors as a senior (2008) and first-team All-City accolades.

WEIMER

C • RS Junior • 5-11 • 203 • L/R Fresno, Calif. (Bullard HS)

Notes – Moved behind the plate in 2011 after having played infield in high school...adds depth to UCLA’s catching corps. 2012 – Did not play in any games, but served as a valuable member of the team as UCLA’s bullpen catcher...traveled with the team on every road trip and was part of the team’s 27-man postseason roster. 2011 – Played in one game, serving as a pinch-hitter in his collegiate debut against Cal State Bakersfield (May 14)…went 0-for-1…served primarily as UCLA’s bullpen catcher in 2011.

Personal – Full name: Aaron Wade Weimer…born April 5, 1991 in Fresno, Calif…Aaron is the older of Arnie and Gwen Weimer’s two children…has one younger sister, Rebekah… admires Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia…Sociology major.

2010 (summer) – Played in 16 games (11 starts) for the Oneonta Outlaws of the New York Collegiate League…batted .233 with one double, two RBI, five runs and six walks…Oneonta went 26-16 overall, finishing second in the New York Collegiate League’s East Division.

Aaron Weimer’s Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

AVG .000 .000 .000

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GP-GS 1-0 0-0 1-0

AB 1 0 1

R 0 0 0

H 0 0 0

2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 0 0 0

TB 0 0 0

SLG .000 .000 .000

BB 0 0 0

HBP 0 0 0

SO 1 0 1

GDP 0 0 0

OBP .000 .000 .000

SF 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

E 0 0 0

FLD .000 .000 .000

ZACK

WEISS

RHP • Junior • 6-3 • 210 • R/R Irvine, Calif. (Northwood HS)

Notes – Athletic right-hander who served as UCLA’s Sunday 2010 MLB Draft starter in 2012...will contend for one of the spots in the 10th Round Selection starting rotation in 2013...split time on the mound as both a starter and reliever as a freshman in 2011, making 22 appearances (nine starts). 2012 – Made 17 appearances, including 13 starts...went 3-3 with a 4.28 ERA, logging 44 strikeouts and 32 walks in 69.1 innings...served as UCLA’s No. 3 starting pitcher in the weekend rotation...went 1-1 with a 3.52 ERA in nine Pac-12 games (six starts)...pitched 6.2 innings as the starting pitcher in UCLA’s 4-2 win at Washington (May 13, no-decision), recording five strikeouts and one walk...earned the victory in the series finale at Arizona (April 15), allowing two runs and five hits in six innings while totaling five strikeouts and two walks... notched the victory in UCLA’s Regional-clinching win against Creighton (June 3), limiting the Bluejays to three runs and seven hits in five innings...tossed a season-high seven innings to secure the win against Sacramento State (March 4), allowing two runs and four hits in UCLA’s 11-2 victory...most efficient relief outing came in an 8-6 win over Oregon (April 7), limiting the Ducks to one run and three hits through 4.1 innings while striking out three batters with no walks.

ZACK WEISS 2010 (summer) – Made 17 appearances (three starts) for the Wenatchee AppleSox of the West Coast Collegiate League…went 2-1 with a 2.51 ERA and three saves in 28.2 innings… recorded 31 strikeouts and nine walks…along with UCLA teammate Trevor Brown, helped Wenatchee win its fourth championship in the organization’s six-year history…Wenatchee went 29-19 overall, finishing first in the West Coast Collegiate League’s East Division. High School – Two-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Northwood High School under head coach Rob Stuart…selected in the 10th round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates…helped lead the Wenatchee AppleSox to the 2010 West Coast League title, pitching in 17 games over the summer…went 2-1 with a 2.51 ERA for Wenatchee, totaling 31 strikeouts, nine walks and three saves in 28.2 innings…went 7-5 with a 2.45 ERA, 82 strikeouts, 34 walks and two saves in 65.2 innings as a senior (2010)…struck out all six batters faced in a two-inning relief stint during an All-Star showcase game in June 2010… earned second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division II accolades as a senior…captured second-team All-Sea View League honors as a senior…batted .359 with four home runs and 23 RBI at the plate as a senior…went 4-2 with a 2.70 ERA, 36 strikeouts and one save in 33.2 innings as a junior (2009)…limited the opposition to a .168 batting average his junior season, allowing just 23 hits in 33.2 innings…batted .292 with six RBI and eight runs in 22 games as a junior…played for the Milwaukee Brewers Gray Team at the 2009 Area Code Games at Blair Field (Long Beach, Calif.)…competed for the Irvine Rox at the Junior Olympics and played in the Southwest Future All-Star Series…played in the Dodgers Elite Lasorda Classic Showcase…secured scholar-athlete honors as a junior at Northwood High School.

2011 (summer) – Made nine appearances (five starts) for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox… went 1-1 with a 4.91 ERA, totaling 17 strikeouts and 14 walks in 33.0 innings…YarmouthDennis went 19-21-4, finishing fourth in the league’s Eastern Division. 2011 – Made 22 appearances, including nine starts…went 5-3 with a 2.86 ERA, recording 53 strikeouts and 22 walks in 66.0 innings…served as UCLA’s primary midweek starting pitcher, in addition to contributing from the bullpen…secured Freshman All-America honors from Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball…as a starting pitcher, went 4-3 with a 2.55 ERA in 49.1 innings (nine starts), recording 38 strikeouts and 13 walks while limiting the opposition to a .199 batting average…as a relief pitcher, went 1-0 with a 3.78 ERA in 16.2 innings (13 appearances), totaling 15 strikeouts and nine walks…pitched a season-high eight innings in UCLA’s final game of the season at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, allowing three runs and six hits – did not record a decision in a start against UC Irvine (June 5), striking out six and walking three…was tagged with the loss at UC Irvine (May 24) despite limiting the Anteaters to two runs and four hits in seven innings…earned the victory at Pepperdine (May 3), scattering seven hits in six scoreless innings and recording a season-high seven strikeouts and two walks…allowed one run (unearned) and three hits in seven innings, notching four strikeouts and one walk to secure the victory in a 4-1 win at home against UC Irvine (April 26)…scattered two hits over five scoreless innings, notching five strikeouts and no walks against Long Beach State (April 12) to earn the win…tossed 3.1 hitless innings in relief at San Diego State to record his first collegiate win (March 1)…opened the season with four scoreless innings over three relief appearances, logging four strikeouts and two walks… made his collegiate debut in a 3-0 win over San Francisco (Feb. 20), scattering two hits and tallying two strikeouts in 1.1 scoreless innings out of the bullpen.

Personal – Zachary Daniel Weiss…born June 16, 1992 in Irvine, Calif…Zack is the older of Ernest and Nancy Weiss’ two children…has one younger sister, Ariana…Geography/ Environmental Studies major.

Career Highs Innings - 8.0 vs. UC Irvine (6/5/11) Strikeouts - 7 at Pepperdine (5/3/11)

Zack Weiss’ Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

ERA 2.86 4.28 3.59

W-L 5-3 3-3 8-6

APP 22 17 39

GS 9 13 22

CG 0 0 0

SHO/CBO 0/3 0/0 0/3

SV 0 0 0

IP 66.0 69.1 135.1

H 44 73 117

R 24 42 66

41

ER 21 33 54

BB 22 32 54

SO 53 44 97

2B 7 12 19

3B 0 2 2

HR 1 7 8

BF 271 320 591

OAV .191 .274 .236

WP 5 4 9

HBP 15 10 25

SFA 1 3 4

SHA 3 9 12

BK 1 0 1


PLAYER PROFILES

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KEVIN

WILLIAMS S

INF • Junior • 6-0 • 195 • L/R Van Nuys, Calif. (Crespi HS)

Notes – Played primarily at second base as a sophomore MLB Draft in 2012...left-handed batter who can hit to all fields and has 2010 41st Round Selection shown the ability to perform as an everday player on the infield...very athletic player who will bring experience to the infield. 2012 (summer) – Played for the Brewster Whitecaps of the prestigious Cape Cod League, hitting .211 with two home runs and 7 RBI for the club. 2012 – Played in 55 games, making 52 starts (49 at second base, three at shortstop)... batted .302 with two home runs, six doubles, 21 RBI and 28 runs...recorded a .977 fielding percentage as the Bruins’ starting second baseman...totaled 11 multiple-hit games and four multiple-RBI efforts...hit over the .300 plateau throughout the season...opened the year batting .429 through UCLA’s first 17 games...tied his career high with three hits in three games...most memorable moment came in UCLA’s 6-5 win over Arizona State (March 16), belting a walkoff home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to snap a 5-5 tie after UCLA had trailed in the contest, 5-0...finished the series against Arizona State (March 16-18) going 4-for-11 (.364) with one home run, three runs and one RBI...went 5-for-11 (.455) with one RBI and one run in a three-game series at California (May 18-20)...went 5-for12 (.417) with two doubles, three runs and two RBI in a three-game series against Purdue (May 5-6)...went 3-for-4 with one double, two RBI and one run in a midweek win over Cal State Northridge (April 17)...belted his first career home run in UCLA’s 7-2 win over USC at Dodger Stadium (March 13)...went 6-for-11 (.545) with one double, three RBI and two runs in a three-game sweep of Sacramento State (March 2-4)...missed seven games (including all three NCAA Regional contests) recovering from a knee injury. 2011 (summer) – Played in 24 games for the Walla Walla Sweets of the West Coast Collegiate League…batted .228 with one home run, three triples, three doubles, seven runs and 11 RBI…Walla Walla went 26-28, finishing second in the league’s East Division. 2011 – Played in 28 games, making 20 starts (18 at second base and two as the designated hitter)…batted .210, totaling one double, six RBI and six runs…had two multiple-hit games and two multiple-RBI efforts…was the first player to record at least four hits in one game in 2011, going 4-for-5 with two runs and one RBI in a 14-6 victory over San Diego State (April 19)… was one of three players all year to record four hits in a game…went 3-for-4 with one run in the series finale at Oregon (May 8), leading UCLA to a 4-0 win and Pac-10 series sweep… went 1-for-2 with the game-winning two-RBI single up the middle in the top of the fifth inning in UCLA’s 3-1 win at Oregon (May 7)…went 1-for-1 with one run playing off the bench in a 10-0 victory at Pepperdine (May 3)…went 1-for-1 with a pinch-hit double in the first game of a doubleheader at Cal Poly (March 21)…totaled a season-high three RBI in the second game of a doubleheader against San Jose State (Feb. 27), going 0-for-3 with two sacrifice flies… went 1-for-1 with one walk in his first collegiate game versus Pepperdine (Feb. 22) – had a pinch-hit single to right field in his first collegiate at-bat.

KEVIN WILLIAMS 2010 (summer) – Played in 17 games for the Walla Walla Sweets of the West Coast Collegiate League…batted .163 with one triple, one double and six RBI…also collected six walks and scored one run…Walla Walla went 18-30 overall, finishing fourth in the East Division of the West Coast Collegiate League. High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Crespi High School under head coach Scott Muckey…selected in the 41st round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers…earned first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division II honors as a senior (2010), second-team as a junior (2009)…secured first-team All-Mission League acclaim as a senior and junior…led Crespi with a .412 batting average as a senior, totaling three home runs, 10 doubles, 21 RBI, 20 runs…logged a .512 on-base percentage as a senior, leading Crespi to the 2010 Mission League championship…named Crespi’s “Most Inspirational Player” in 2010…batted .312 with two home runs, team-leading six triples, eight doubles, 24 RBI and 21 runs as a junior (2009)…helped lead Crespi to the 2009 CIF Southern Section Division II Championship at Angel Stadium…selected as an honorable mention on the 2009 Daily News All-Area Baseball Team…named Crespi’s best offensive baseball player his junior season (2009)…two-year varsity football letterwinner at Crespi High School under head coach Jeremiah Ross (2008-09)…registered 46 total tackles and one interception as a defensive back during his senior season (2009)…totaled 47 tackles, one sack and one interception as a junior (2008). Personal – Full name: Kevin Anthony Williams II…born January 2, 1992 in Woodland Hills, Calif…Kevin is the second of Kevin Sr. and Pamela Williams’ four children…has one younger brother, Nile, and two sisters, Dominique and Kaila…father, Kevin Sr., played football at Cal State Northridge…mother, Pamela, played volleyball and softball at Chico State…Political Science major.

Career Highs At-bats - 5 (twice), last vs. Purdue (5/6/12) Runs - 2 (seven times), last vs. UC Irvine (4/24/12) Hits - 4 vs. San Diego State (4/19/11) RBI - 3 (twice), last at Washington (5/12/12) Doubles - 2 vs. Purdue (5/6/12) Home Runs - 1 (twice), last vs. Arizona State (3/16/12) Stolen Bases - 1 (four times), last at Utah (3/31/12)

Kevin Williams’ Career Stats YEAR 2011 (Fr.) 2012 (So.) TOTALS

AVG .210 .302 .276

14

GP-GS 28-20 55-52 83-72

AB 62 159 221

R 6 28 34

H 13 48 61

2B 1 6 7

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 2 2

RBI 6 21 27

TB 14 60 74

SLG .226 .377 .335

BB 4 19 23

HBP 1 11 12

SO 18 28 46

GDP 1 5 6

OBP .261 .413 .372

SF 2 0 2

SH 2 8 10

SB-ATT 0-0 4-7 4-7

PO A 32 24 106 111 138 135

E 1 5 6

FLD .982 .977 .978

base, going 4-for-11 (.364) with four runs and one RBI...in three pitching appearances, logged a 9.00 ERA...threw one scoreless inning in relief against Long Beach State in his first relief outing, recording three consecutive outs on seven pitches.

SHANE

ZEILE

C/INF • Sophomore • 6-1 • 188 • R/R Valencia, Calif. (Valencia HS)

Notes – A very versatile player who can play both in the infield and at the catcher position... strong, right-handed batter who can hit to all fields and will to be impact offensive player in the lineup. 2012 (summer) – Played in 28 games for the Walla Walla Sweets of the West Coast Collegiate League...posted a team-leading .324 batting average with four home runs, 19 RBI and 15 runs...selected to the West Coast League All-Star Game...named the No. 6 overall prospect from the West Coast League by Baseball America. 2012 – Played in 33 games, making 15 starts (eight as designated hitter, four at first base, three at second base)...made three pitching appearances, all in relief...batted .371 with one triple, three doubles, 10 RBI and 12 runs...posted a .480 on-base percentage...batted .433 (13-for-30) in limited action during 14 Pac-12 games, logging a .553 on-base percentage in those contests...went 4-for-11 (.364) as a pinch-hitter...had a season-high three hits in two games - going 3-for-5 with one double at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 21) and going 3-for-4 with one double in the final regular-season game against USC (May 27)...went 3-for-7 in four postseason games with one RBI and one run...started all three games at California at second

High School – Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Valencia High School under head coach Jared Snyder…secured first-team All-Foothill League accolades as a junior and senior… batted .335 with five home runs, two triples, eight doubles, 19 walks, 25 RBI and 30 runs as a senior (2011)…selected to the Bakersfield vs. Santa Clarita All-Star Game and City vs. CIF All-Star Game…batted .330 with four home runs, four doubles, 20 RBI and 22 runs as a junior (2010)…ranked second in batting average (.529) in the Valley Invitational Baseball League (summer 2010)…posted a league-leading .882 slugging percentage in the Valley Invitational Baseball League (2010)…competed at the fourth annual Jesse Flores Memorial All-Star Game at Mt. SAC in November 2010 Personal – Full name: Shane Todd Zeile...born June 14, 1993 in Valencia, Calif...Shane is the son of Mike and Heidi Zeile...has one brother, Brady, and one sister, Kate...uncle, Todd Zeile, played for UCLA from 1984-1986 before enjoying a 15-year major league career...his father, uncle and aunt all attended UCLA...Economics major.

Career Highs At-bats - 5 (twice), last at California (5/18/12) Runs - 2 (three times), last at California (5/18/12) Hits - 3 (twice), last vs. USC (5/27/12) RBI - 2 (twice), last at Cal State Fullerton (5/15/12) Doubles - 1 (three times), last vs. USC (5/27/12) Triples - 1 at Arizona (4/14/12) Stolen Bases - 1 at California (5/18/12)

Shane Zeile’s Career Stats YEAR 2012 (Fr.) TOTALS

AVG .371 .371

GP-GS 30-15 30-15

AB 62 62

R 12 12

H 23 23

2B 3 3

3B 1 1

HR 0 0

RBI 10 10

TB 28 28

SLG .452 .452

42

BB 5 5

HBP 8 8

SO 10 10

GDP 2 2

OBP .480 .480

SF 0 0

SH 2 2

SB-ATT 1-2 1-2

PO 42 42

A 13 13

E 1 1

FLD .982 .982


 ACE OF THE STAFF

Adam Plutko followed up an outstanding freshman campaign with an even better sophomore year, earning All-America and All-Pac-12 honors in 2012. Plutko saved his best for the postseason, going 3-0 in three postseason starts while pitching a complete game shutout against Creighton in the NCAA Regional.

 BACK TO OMAHA

After advancing to the finals of the College World Series in 2010, the Bruins returned to Omaha in 2012. UCLA went 5-0 in the NCAA Regional and Super Regional, outscoring their opponents by a 33-9 margin.

 GELALICH LEADS OFFENSE

Jeff Gelalich led UCLA at the plate in 2012, posting a team-high .351 batting average and 11 home runs. Gelalich earned first-team All-America honors from Baseball America and was also selected to the All-Pac-12 team. In the postseason, he secured Most Valuable Player honors at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional before being selected in the supplemental first round (No. 57 overall) of the MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds.  BACK-TO-BACK PAC-12 CHAMPS

With their 7-6 victory over rivals USC on the final day of the regular season, the Bruins captured their second straight Pac-12 Championship, a feat that had never before been accomplished in school history.

 RECORD-SETTING FRESHMEN

 CROSSING THE PLATE

Beau Amaral scored a team-leading 63 runs in 2012, the most by a UCLA player since Chase Utley scored 81 in 2000.

David Berg finished the season in second place on the NCAA Division I all-time single-season appearances list (50), falling short of the record by just one. Berg led the nation in WHIP (0.80), and the Pac-12 in both ERA (1.46), opponent batting average (.165) and appearances. Grant Watson went 9-2 in his freshman season, tying the UCLA record for single-season wins by a freshman.

CLUTCH CLOSER  Scott Griggs established UCLA’s single-season saves record, recording 15 saves in 17 opportunities. Griggs captured AllAmerica honors and All-Pac-12 honors before being selected in the eighth round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

WINNINGEST JUNIOR CLASS  Led by outfielders Beau Amaral, Jeff Gelalich and Cody Keefer, the Bruins achieved their highest three-year win total in school history in 2012 (134 wins). The Bruins won 48 games in 2012, which is second only to the 2010 squad who won 51. Keefer (left), Amaral (center) and Gelalich (right) were key contributors in each of their three seasons at UCLA. All three players finished their UCLA careers with a batting average over .300.

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DRAFTED/GRADUATED PLAYERS

BEAU AMARAL

SCOTT GRIGGS

OF • 5-11 • 185 • Huntington Beach, Calif. (Huntington Beach HS)

RHP • 6-4 • 205 • Alamo, Calif. (San Ramon Valley HS)

Concluded his remarkable three-year UCLA career with a .322 batting 2012 MLB Draft average in 186 games (179 starts, including 176 in center field)... 7th Round Selection selected in the seventh round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds...earned All-Tournament Team honors at the NCAA Los 2009 MLB Draft Angeles Regional in 2010, 2011 and 2012, in addition to securing 45th Round Selection All-Tournament Team acclaim at the 2010 College World Series... finished his career as UCLA’s all-time leader in postseason games played (24, tied with Cody Regis), hits (33) and at-bats (99)...in 2010, posted the highest batting average by any UCLA freshman (.354) since 1998 (Garrett Atkins, school-record .383)...in 24 postseason games, batted .333 (33-for-99) with 12 RBI and 20 runs...led UCLA in batting average during the 2010 postseason (.396) and at the 2010 College World Series (.375)...started all 64 games in center field and as the leadoff hitter in the Bruins’ lineup in 2012...batted .313 with four home runs, five triples, 10 doubles, 46 RBI and a team-best 63 runs, the most runs scored in one season by a Bruin since 2000...secured All-Pac-12 Conference honors for the second time in his career in 2012...also named to the 2012 Division I Rawlings Gold Glove Team...ranked third in the Pac-12 in 2012 in runs scored (63), sixth in hits (84), tied for fifth in triples (5) and tied for fifth in hit-by-pitch (15)...started 58 games as a sophomore in 2011... ranked third on the team with a .299 batting average...led UCLA with 16 doubles and 37 runs...also tallied two home runs, three triples and 29 RBI...secured All-Pac-10 Team honors...finished second on the team with a .404 on-base percentage...played in 64 games, making 57 starts as a freshman in 2010...posted a team-leading .354 batting average with four home runs, 12 doubles, 31 RBI and 45 runs...earned second-team Freshman All-America honors from Baseball America and honorable mention All-Pac-10 acclaim.

CHASE BREWER Made 20 appearances, all in relief, in four seasons at UCLA (2009-12)... signed as a non-drafted free agent with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2012...made 15 appearances as a junior in 2012, going 2-0 with a 1.69 ERA...also recorded six strikeouts and 11 walks in 16.0 innings...held the opposition to a .255 batting average...made four appearances as a sophomore in 2011, posting a 2.70 ERA in 3.1 innings out of the bullpen...pitched one-third of an inning as a freshman in 2010...made his collegiate debut and only appearance of the season in relief against Long Beach State, allowing one base-hit and recording one out to end the inning...redshirted in 2009.

Helped lead UCLA to three NCAA Regionals (2010-12) and two 2012 MLB Draft College World Series in his three years at UCLA (2010-12)...com- 8th Round Selection piled a career record of 1-2 with a 4.00 ERA in 53 apperances (3 starts)...made 36 appearances, all in relief, as a junior in 2012... 2009 MLB Draft established UCLA’s single-season saves record, recording 15 saves 33rd Round Selection in 17 opportunities...captured third-team All-America honors from the NCBWA and third team acclaim from Baseball America and Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball in 2012...earned All-Pac-12 Conference honors in addition to being named a first-team ABCA All-West Region selection...went 3-1 with a 2.65 ERA, recording 64 strikeouts and 31 walks in 37.1 innings...limited the opposition to a .170 batting average...was selected in the eighth round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers... ranked second in the Pac-12 in saves (15) and tied for second in appearances (36)...made nine appearances, including three starts as a sophomore in 2011...went 1-1 with a 5.60 ERA, totaling 21 strikeouts and 21 walks in 17.2 innings...made eight appearances, all in relief, as a freshman in 2010...posted a 6.75 ERA in 8.0 innings, recording 10 strikeouts and eight walks.

TYLER HEINEMAN C • 5-11 • 205 • Pacific Palisades, Calif. (Windward School) Batted .313 in three seasons at UCLA (2010-12) while helping the 2012 MLB Draft Bruins to postseason appearances in each of this three years...enjoyed 8th Round Selection a breakout season in 2012, starting 59 games (52 at catcher) as a junior...was the only catcher to earn All-Pac-12 Conference honors in 2012...selected in the eighth round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros...ranked third on the team in 2012 with a .332 batting average, recording one home run, one triple, seven doubles, 27 RBI and 42 runs...finished sixth in the conference in on-base percentage (.435) and second in hit-by-pitches (18)...batted a teamleading .383 in Pac-12 games, going 36-for-94 with 22 runs in 26 contests...also threw out 22 of 46 attempted base stealers (.478 percentage) behind the plate...tied UCLA’s single-season hit-by-pitch record in 2012...played in 23 games, making 13 starts at catcher as a sophomore in 2011...batted .261 with two doubles, eight runs and seven RBI...did not commit any errors behind the plate in 131 chances in 2011...played in 14 games, making one start behind the plate as a freshman in 2010... batted .125 in limited playing time, going 1-for-8 with two runs and one walk.

TREVOR BROWN

ERIC JAFFE

INF/C • 6-2 • 195 • Valencia, Calif. (Hart HS)

RHP • 6-4 • 235 • Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS)

Batted .291 in three seasons at UCLA, emerging as one of the 2012 MLB Draft most versatile position players in school history...helped lead the 10th Round Selection Bruins to College World Series appearances in 2010 and 2012... was selected in the 10th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the San Francisco Giants as a catcher... while at UCLA, played catcher, first base, second base, third base and right field...played in 136 games, making 108 career starts...started all 64 games (42 at first base, 12 at catcher, eight at second base, two at third base) as a junior in 2012...batted .321 with three home runs and two triples while leading the Bruins with 52 RBI and 13 doubles...earned All-Tournament Team honors at the 2012 NCAA Los Angeles Regional...ended the season by hitting at a .378 clip in UCLA’s final 18 games...played in 41 games, making 30 starts (24 at second base, three at third and two at first) as a sophomore in 2011...batted .217 with three doubles, eight RBI and 10 runs...led UCLA with a .385 batting average in the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, going 5-for-13 with one run and one RBI in four postseason games...played in 31 games, making 14 starts (10 as a catcher, four at third base) as a freshman in 2010...batted .300 with one home run, one double, nine RBI and eight runs.

JEFF GELALICH OF • 6-1 • 205 • La Verne, Calif. (Bonita HS) Batted .316 with 15 home runs, 74 RBI and 106 runs in 159 2012 MLB Draft career games (141 starts) from 2010-12...was selected in the 1st Round Selection supplemental first round (No. 57 overall) of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds...earned All-Tournament Team honors at 2009 MLB Draft the 2011 and 2012 NCAA Los Angeles Regionals...in 23 career 41st Round Selection postseason games, batted .293 with five home runs, 17 RBI and 15 runs...helped lead UCLA to the College World Series in 2010 and 2012 and to consecutive Pac-12 Conference titles in 2011 and 2012...earned first-team All-America honors from Baseball America and was an All-Pac-12 selection in 2012 after batting .351 with 11 home runs, 10 doubles and 48 RBI... led the Bruins in batting average (.351), home runs (11), hits (86), slugging percentage (.535), on-base percentage (.444) and stolen bases (16) as a junior in 2012... was named the Most Outstanding Player at the 2012 NCAA Los Angeles Regional, going 5-for-11 (.454) with two home runs, one double, seven RBI and three runs in the Regional...as a sophomore in 2011, played in 55 games, making 53 starts...batted .268 with two home runs, four triples, 13 doubles, 35 runs and 13 RBI...registered 10 multiple-hit games, including three three-hit efforts...played in 40 games, making 24 starts as a freshman in 2010... batted .321 with two home runs, one triple, four doubles, 13 RBI and 17 runs...also registered a .465 on-base percentage and was a perfect 7-for-7 stealing bases.

Made eight appearances (all in relief) in the only season he played at UCLA in 2012...selected in the 11th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox...went 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA... scattered six hits in 7.2 scoreless innings, recording three strikeouts...most dominant outing of the season came in relief against Washington State (March 26), allowing two hits in four scoreless innings while logging two strikeouts and one walk...redshirted in 2011.

2012 MLB Draft 11th Round Selection

2010 MLB Draft 19th Round Selection

CODY KEEFER OF • 6-1 • 195 • Davis, Calif. (Davis Senior HS) Recorded a career .319 batting average in three seasons (2010- 2012 MLB Draft 12), recording 86 RBI and 102 runs in 166 games (164 starts)... 15th Round Selection helped lead UCLA to the postseason all three years, guiding the Bruins to the College World Series in 2010 and 2012 as the team’s 2009 MLB Draft everyday left fielder...was selected in the 15th round of the 2012 33rd Round Selection MLB Draft by the Miami Marlins...started 63 games in left field as a junior in 2012...ranked second on the team with a .333 batting average, totaling 12 doubles, one triple, 37 RBI and 44 runs...also logged a .418 on-base percentage and was second on the team with 31 walks...captured All-Tournament Team acclaim at the 2012 NCAA Los Angeles Regional...reached base safely via a hit, walk or hit-by-pitch in 55 of 62 games in which he logged at least one plate appearance...started 58 games as a sophomore in 2011...batted .303, the second-highest average on the team...totaled one home run, one triple, 13 doubles, 18 RBI and 29 walks while recording a team-leading .408 on-base percentage...secured honorable mention All-Pac-10 team honors in 2011 and ranked second on the team with 19 multi-hit games...played in 45 games, making 43 starts as a freshman in 2010...batted .318, totaling two home runs, nine doubles, 31 RBI and 29 runs... also compiled a team-leading .450 on-base percentage and drew 32 walks, third-most on the team.

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DRAFTED/GRADUATED PLAYERS Beau Amaral’s Career Stats YEAR 2010 (Fr.) 2011 (So.) 2012 (Jr.) TOTALS

AVG .354 .299 .313 .322

GP-GS 64-57 58-58 64-64 186-179

AB 223 221 268 712

R 45 37 63 145

H 79 66 84 229

2B 12 16 10 38

3B 0 3 5 8

HR 4 2 4 10

RBI 31 29 46 106

TB 103 94 116 313

SLG .462 .425 .433 .440

H 1 2 13 16

R 0 1 4 5

BB 20 24 22 66

HBP 16 15 15 46

SO 53 50 38 141

GDP 3 2 5 10

BB 0 3 11 14

SO 0 2 6 8

2B 0 0 2 2

OBP .442 .404 .389 .410

SF 1 0 6 7

SH 4 7 1 12

SB-ATT 9-19 8-12 13-19 30-50

PO 120 117 182 419

A 3 1 6 10

E 4 1 2 7

FLD .969 .992 .989 .984

Chase Brewer’s Career Stats YEAR 2010 (Fr.) 2011 (So.) 2012 (Jr.) TOTALS

ERA 0.00 2.70 1.69 1.83

W-L 0-0 0-0 2-0 2-0

APP 1 4 15 20

GS 0 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO/CBO 0/0 0/1 0/1 0/2

SV 0 0 0 0

IP 0.1 3.1 16.0 19.2

ER 0 1 3 4

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

BF 2 16 69 87

OAV .500 .182 .255 .250

WP 1 0 0 1

HBP 0 2 4 6

SFA 0 0 0 0

SHA 0 0 3 3

BK 0 0 0 0

Trevor Brown’s Career Stats YEAR 2010 (Fr.) 2011 (So.) 2012 (Jr.) TOTALS

AVG .300 .217 .321 .291

GP-GS 31-14 41-30 64-64 136-108

AB 60 106 246 412

R 8 10 41 59

H 18 23 79 120

2B 1 3 13 17

3B 0 0 2 2

HR 1 0 3 4

RBI 9 8 52 69

TB 22 26 105 153

SLG .367 .245 .427 .371

BB 4 8 15 27

HBP 4 3 9 16

SO 16 26 34 76

GDP 3 3 7 13

OBP .382 .291 .373 .354

SF 0 0 6 6

SH 2 6 5 13

SB-ATT 3-3 1-2 4-8 8-13

PO A 94 17 59 60 457 50 610 127

E 0 2 4 6

FLD 1.000 .983 .992 .992

R 17 35 56 108

H 25 49 86 160

2B 4 13 10 27

3B 1 4 1 6

HR 2 2 11 15

RBI 13 13 48 74

TB 37 76 131 244

SLG .474 .415 .535 .482

BB 15 25 34 74

HBP 6 12 8 26

SO 23 58 45 126

GDP 2 3 4 9

OBP .465 .389 .444 .428

SF 0 1 1 2

SH 1 8 0 9

SB-ATT 7-7 10-12 16-21 33-40

PO 30 27 113 170

E 0 1 6 7

FLD 1.000 .966 .951 .962

GS 0 3 0 3

CG 0 0 0 0

H 6 13 23 42

R 6 13 13 32

BB 8 21 31 60

SO 10 21 64 95

2B 1 4 2 7

TB 1 14 82 97

SLG .125 .304 .389 .366

H 6 6

R 0 0

Jeff Gelalich’s Career Stats YEAR 2010 (Fr.) 2011 (So.) 2012 (Jr.) TOTALS

AVG .321 .268 .351 .316

GP-GS 40-24 55-53 64-64 159-141

AB 78 183 245 506

A 0 1 4 5

Scott Griggs’s Career Stats YEAR 2010 (Fr.) 2011 (So.) 2012 (Jr.) TOTALS

ERA 6.75 5.60 2.65 4.00

W-L 0-0 1-1 3-1 4-2

APP 8 9 36 53

SHO/CBO 0/1 0/2 0/2 0/5

SV 0 0 15 15

IP 8.0 17.2 37.1 63.0

ER 6 11 11 28

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 1 0 0 1

BF 36 84 173 293

OAV .222 .213 .170 .188

WP 2 3 10 15

HBP 0 1 4 5

SFA 1 1 0 2

SHA 0 0 3 3

BK 0 0 0 0

Tyler Heineman’s Career Stats YEAR 2010 (Fr.) 2011 (So.) 2012 (Jr.) TOTALS

AVG .125 .261 .332 .313

GP-GS 14-1 23-13 59-59 96-73

AB 8 46 211 265

R 2 8 42 52

H 1 12 70 83

2B 0 2 7 9

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 0 7 27 34

BB 1 6 22 29

HBP 0 5 18 23

SO 3 5 14 22

GDP 1 1 3 5

OBP .222 .404 .435 .423

SF 0 0 2 2

SH 0 2 18 20

SB-ATT 0-0 0-1 3-5 3-6

PO 29 118 341 488

A 3 13 65 81

E 0 0 2 2

FLD 1.000 1.000 .995 .996

Eric Jaffe’s Career Stats YEAR 2012 (R-Fr.) TOTALS

ERA 0.00 0.00

W-L 1-0 1-0

APP 8 8

GS 0 0

CG 0 0

R 29 29 44 102

H 47 61 80 188

SHO/CBO 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0

IP 7.2 7.2

ER 0 0

BB 10 10

SO 3 3

2B 0 0

HBP 6 5 6 17

SO 31 49 36 116

GDP 2 4 3 9

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

BF 35 35

OAV .250 .250

WP 1 1

HBP 1 1

SFA 0 0

SHA 0 0

BK 0 0

Cody Keefer’s Career Stats YEAR 2010 (Fr.) 2011 (So.) 2012 (Jr.) TOTALS

AVG .318 .303 .333 .319

GP-GS 45-43 58-58 63-63 166-164

AB 148 201 240 589

2B 9 13 12 34

3B 0 1 1 2

HR 2 1 0 3

RBI 31 18 37 86

TB 62 79 94 235

SLG .419 .393 .392 .399

BB 32 31 31 94

OBP .450 .408 .418 .423

SF 3 1 3 7

SH 2 7 7 16

SB-ATT 1-2 7-8 7-15 15-25

PO 61 89 124 274

Beau Amaral

Chase Brewer

Cody Keefer

Jeff Gelalich

Trevor Brown

Scott Griggs

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A 3 3 3 9

E 1 3 2 6

FLD .985 .968 .984 .979


FUTURE BRUINS UCLA BASEBALL SIGNS 10 PLAYERS FOR 2013-14

Offensive Player of the Year and competed at the Elite 11 Quarterback Competition in 2011.

UCLA head coach John Savage signed 10 standout players to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period in November of 2012. Aided by assistant coaches Rex Peters, Jake Silverman and T.J. Bruce, the Bruins’ latest recruiting class features six position players and four pitchers.

Head Coach John Savage: “Dominic is a natural leader who can catch and throw. He is a two-sport athlete who will look to compete right away in our program.”

Name Scott Burke Dustin Driver Steven Farinaro Gosuke Katoh Dominic Miroglio Dominic Nunez Luke Persico Kort Peterson Brett Stephens Jonah Wesely

Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Elk Grove High School (Elk Grove, Calif.) ... named to the 2012 USA Baseball 18U National Team Roster and the 2011 USA Baseball 16U National Team Roster ... also selected to the 2010 USA Baseball 15U National Team Trial Roster ... hit .316 with 10 runs and 8 RBI in 13 games for the USA 18U National Team in the summer of 2012 ... helped lead the USA 18U National Team to the 2012 IBAF Junior AAA/18U World Championship in Seoul, South Korea ... also led USA 16U National Team to 2011 IBAF World AA/16U Youth Championship in Lagos de Moreno, Mexico ... competed for the Oakland A’s at the 2012 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif., batting .400 with one run and two walks ... ranked No. 54 on Baseball America’s list of Top 500 2013 High School Prospects ... pitched at the 2012 Perfect Game National Showcase in Minneapolis, Minn. ... hit .429 with a .551 OBP, .736 slugging percentage, 44 runs and 29 RBI as a junior at Elk Grove High School (2011) ... posted a .449 batting average with 34 runs, 25 RBI, 13 doubles, four triples, three home runs, a .573 OBP and a .787 slugging percentage as a sophomore in 2010 ... batted .392 with 34 runs, 17 RBI and a .515 OBP as a freshman ... three-time All-Delta Valley League selection (2010-12).

Position RHP RHP RHP INF C INF OF OF OF LHP

B/T R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/R R/R L/L L/R L/L

Ht. 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-2

Wt. 180 210 180 175 185 170 185 190 190 220

Hometown (High School) Glendora, Calif. (Glendora HS) Wenatchee, Wash. (Wenatchee HS) Hayward, Calif. (Head-Royce HS) Poway, Calif. (Rancho Bernardo HS) Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS) Sacramento, Calif. (Elk Grove HS) Stevenson Ranch, Calif. (Great Oak HS) Mountain View, Calif. (St. Francis HS) Moraga, Calif. (Campolindo HS) Tracy, Calif. (Tracy HS)

Scott Burke RHP – 6-3, 180 – R/R – Glendora, Calif. (Glendora HS) Two-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Glendora High School (Glendora, Calif.) under head coach Dan Henley ... posted a 3-2 record as a junior in 2012, pitching mostly out of the bullpen, and recording a 2.47 ERA in 28.1 innings pitched ... held opponents to just a .256 batting average against him as a junior ... went 5-2 with a 3.45 ERA in 11 starts, striking out 24 batters in 50.2 innings pitched as a sophomore in 2011. Head Coach John Savage: “Scott is a very projectable right-handed pitcher. He has three pitches that are all going to improve and he comes from a very good program at Glendora. Going forward, he will have a significant role on our pitching staff in the future.”

Dustin Driver RHP – 6-2, 210 – R/R – Wenatchee, Wash. (Wenatchee HS) Three-year baseball letterwinner at Wenatchee High School (Wenatchee, Wash.) under head coach Jeff Zehnder ... named the 2012 Big Nine Class 4A Outstanding Pitcher of the Year as a junior ... also earned Class 4A All-State honors in 2012 ... ranked No. 22 on Baseball America’s Top 100 2013 High School Prospects ... ranked No. 14 on Perfect Game USA’s list of the top 300 prospects eligible for the 2013 MLB Draft ... also ranked as the No. 1 right-handed pitcher in the state of Washington by Perfect Game USA ... participated in the 2012 USA Baseball Tournament of Stars in Cary, N.C., playing for the Babe Ruth team ... competed in the 2012 Perfect Game All-American Classic at PETCO Park in San Diego, Calif. ... also pitched in the 2011 and 2012 Area Code Games at Blair Field in Long Beach, Calif. ... named as the eighth best pitcher at the 2012 Area Code Games by ESPN Rise Magazine ... pitched at the 2012 Under Armour All-America Game Wrigley Field in Chicago, Ill. ... competed at the 2012 Perfect Game National Showcase in Minneapolis, Minn. Head Coach John Savage: “Dustin is a power pitcher with three above-average pitches. He was on the national scene all summer and responded very well. He is a very talented pitcher who has the ability to be an immediate impact pitcher in our program.”

Steven Farinaro RHP – 6-1, 180 – R/R – Hayward, Calif. (Head-Royce HS)

Dominic Nunez INF – 6-0, 170 – L/R – Sacramento, Calif. (Elk Grove HS)

Head Coach John Savage: “Dom, along with Gosuke, is one of the best middle infielders in the country. He won a Gold Medal for Team USA and comes from a winning program at Elk Grove. Dom is an immediate impact player in the Pac-12.”

Luke Persico OF – 6-3, 185 – R/R – Stevenson Ranch, Calif. (Great Oak HS) Earned three letters in baseball at Hart High School under head coach Jim Ozella before transferring to Great Oak High School in the fall of 2012 ... ranked No. 125 on Perfect Game USA’s list of Top 500 2013 High School Prospects ... competed for the Milwaukee Brewers at the 2012 Area Code Games at Blair Field in Long Beach, Calif. ... hit .267 with three home runs, 22 runs, 18 stolen bases and 12 RBI as a junior at Hart High School in the spring of 2012 ... batted .395 with a .448 OBP, 21 runs, 12 stolen bases, 17 RBI and five doubles as a sophomore (2010) ... started all 27 games as a freshman in 2009, posting a .278 batting average with 17 runs and 14 RBI ... two-time All-Foothill League selection. Head Coach John Savage: “Luke is a tremendous athlete who possesses all five tools. He is a very projectable player who we anticipate to be a solid outfielder in our program right away.”

Kort Peterson OF – 6-1, 190 – L/L – Mountain View, Calif. (St. Francis HS) Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at St. Francis High School (Mountain View, Calif.) under head coach Mike Oakland ... ranked No. 70 on Perfect Game USA’s list of Top 500 2013 High School Prospects and No. 155 Perfect Game USA’s list of the top 300 prospects eligible for the 2013 MLB Draft ... also ranked as the third-best outfielder from the state of California by Perfect Game USA ... competed for the Oakland A’s at the 2012 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif. ... participated in the 2012 Perfect Game National Showcase in Minneapolis, Minn. ... also competed in the 2012 USA Baseball Tournament of Stars in Cary, N.C., playing for the American Legion team ... batted .382 with 32 RBI, five home runs, 17 RBI and a .458 OBP as a junior in 2012 ... did not commit an error in the outfield in 2012, posting a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage ... 2012 first-team West Catholic Athletic League selection ... also plays football for St. Francis.

Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Head-Royce High School (Oakland, Calif.) under head coach Mike Talps ... ranked No. 197 on Perfect Game USA’s list of Top 500 2013 High School Prospects ... competed for the Oakland A’s at the 2012 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif. ... pitched at the 2012 Summer Rivalry Classic at Yankee Stadium ... also pitched at the 2012 USA Baseball Tournament of Stars in Cary, N.C. ... named as the 18th best pitcher at the 2012 Area Code Games by ESPN Rise Magazine ... also earned 2012 All-Area Code Team honors ... pitched at the 2012 Perfect Game National Showcase in Minneapolis, Minn. ... First-team All-Bay Counties East League selection in 2012 ... selected to the USA Baseball 16U National Team Trials Roster in June of 2011 ... posted a 5-3 record in 16 appearances (10 starts) as a sophomore at Head-Royce High School in 2010 ... logged a 2.66 ERA and 75 strikeouts in just 47.1 innings pitched as a sophomore ... held opponents to just a .176 batting average against him in 2010 ... also batted .274 with 15 runs, 11 RBI, five doubles and two home runs ... went 3-1 with a 3.92 ERA in nine games (six starts), striking out 36 batters in 30.1 innings as a freshman in 2009 ... batted .278 with 11 runs and 6 RBI in 2009 as well.

Head Coach John Savage: “Kort is one of the best athletes in this class. He can go get the baseball in the outfield and is a smooth left-handed hitter with the ability to run.”

Head Coach John Savage: “Steven is another top right-handed pitcher coming into our program. He has tremendous upside and is a great athlete. He also threw the ball very well this past summer on the national scene and has a bright future in our program.”

Head Coach John Savage: “Brett is another two-sport athlete who will bring competitiveness to our program. He comes from a very good program at Campolindo High School and is a very good ballplayer who can do a lot on the baseball field.”

Gosuke Katoh

Jonah Wesely

INF – 6-2, 175 – L/R – Poway, Calif. (Rancho Bernardo HS)

LHP – 6-2, 220 – L/L – Tracy, Calif. (Tracy HS)

Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Rancho Bernardo High School (San Diego, Calif.) under head coach Sam Blalock ... started every game on varsity team in his freshman, sophomore and junior years ... ranked No. 203 on Perfect Game USA’s list of the top 300 prospects eligible for the 2013 MLB Draft ... also ranked No. 89 on Perfect Game USA’s list of Top 500 2013 High School Prospects ... ranked as the No. 1 second baseman in the country by Perfect Game USA ... competed in the 2012 Perfect Game All-American Classic at PETCO Park in San Diego, Calif. ... played for the Milwaukee Brewers at the 2012 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif. ... also played in the 2012 World Wood Bat Association 17U National Championship in Georgia ... hit .360 with 37 runs, 11 home runs, 13 stolen bases and a .474 OBP for Rancho Bernardo in 2012 ... 2012 Palomar League Player of the Year ... First-team All-CIF San Diego Section selection in 2012 ... helped lead Rancho Bernardo to CIF San Diego Section Championships in 2010 and 2011 and a runner-up finish in 2012 ... hit .433 with 42 runs, 28 RBI and seven stolen bases while posting an outstanding .545 OBP as a sophomore ... posted a .430 batting average with 44 runs, 23 RBI and 10 stolen bases as a freshman.

Earned three letters in baseball at Tracy High School (Tracy, Calif.) under head coach Vic Alkire ... ranked No. 61 on Baseball America’s Top 100 2013 High School Prospects ... also ranked No. 66 on Perfect Game USA’s list of the top 300 prospects eligible for the 2013 MLB Draft ... competed in the 2012 Perfect Game All-American Classic at PETCO Park in San Diego, Calif. ... also pitched for the Oakland A’s at the 2012 Area Code Games at Blair Field in Long Beach, Calif. ... named as the 12th best pitcher at the 2012 Area Code Games by ESPN Rise Magazine ... 2012 Perfect Game USA First-Team Preseason HS Underclassmen All-American ... pitched at the 2012 Perfect Game National Showcase in Minneapolis, Minn. ... went 5-1 with a 0.95 ERA and 79 strikeouts in just 37 innings as a junior at Tracy in 2012 ... pitched three no-hitters during his junior year ... also batted .400 with 12 RBI, two home runs and 11 runs ... 2012 San Joaquin Athletic Association Pitcher of the Year ... posted a record of 10-1 with a 1.17 ERA in 15 games (10 starts) as a sophomore in 2011 ... struck out 105 batters in 59.2 innings pitched ... ranked as the No. 1 left-handed pitcher in the state of California and the No. 4 left-handed pitcher in the country by Perfect Game USA.

Head Coach John Savage: “Gosuke is one of the best defenders in the country. He has tremendous defensive instincts and is a very natural player who looks to be a guy that can play at a very high level in the future.”

Head Coach John Savage: “Jonah is one of the premiere left-handed pitchers in the country. He is a power left-hander with three above average pitches and, a lot like Dustin, pitched very well on the national scene this past summer.”

Dominic Miroglio

UCLA’S RECRUITING CLASS RANKINGS UNDER JOHN SAVAGE

C – 6-0, 185 – R/R – Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS) Three-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Bishop O’Dowd High School (Oakland, Calif.) ... competed at the 2012 Area Code Games at Blair Field in Long Beach, Calif. ... hit .600 with two doubles and four RBI for the Oakland A’s at the 2012 Area Code Games ... 2012 Bay Area World Series Most Outstanding Player ... ranked No. 281 on Perfect Game USA’s list of Top 500 2013 High School Prospects ... batted .375 as a junior at Bishop O’Dowd (2011) with 13 runs, 12 RBI and a .444 OBP ... 2012 All-Northern California CBCA selection ... hit .256 as a sophomore, recording 13 RBI and 10 runs ... named to the North Coast Section CIF Scholastic Championship Baseball Team in 2010 and 2011 ... three-time All-HAAL selection (2010-12) ... also played quarterback at Bishop O’Dowd, leading team to the NCS Semifinals in 2010 and 2011 ... was named the 2011 Hayward Area Athletic League

Brett Stephens OF – 6-0, 190 – L/R – Moraga, Calif. (Campolindo HS) Three-year baseball letterwinner at Campolindo High School (Moraga, Calif.) ... hit .416 with three home runs as a junior in 2012 ... 2012 first-team All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League selection ... ranked No. 421 on Perfect Game USA’s list of Top 500 2013 High School Prospects ... named a first-team ESPN All-State underclass selection in 2012 ... competed for the Oakland A’s at the 2012 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif. ... played travel ball with the Danville Zoots in the summer of 2012 ... batted .311 with 19 runs and nine RBI as a freshman in 2010 ... led Campolindo to three straight NCS Division II baseball titles (2010-12) ... also quarterbacked Campolindo High School to the 2011 NCS Division III championship in football and a runner-up finish in the Division III State Championship.

Publication Baseball America Collegiate Baseball

2005 5 9

2006 13 18

2007 2008 7 7 5 6

2009 19 35

2010 3 4

2011 2012 NR 2 39 2

UCLA’S RECRUITING CLASS BREAKDOWN UNDER JOHN SAVAGE Recruits 2005 Total Newcomers 17 MLB Draftees 4 AFLAC All-Americans 0

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2006 13 4 2

2007 2008 12 9 5 1 2 2

2009 14 4 1

2010 9 6 0

2011 2012 13 12 2 5 0 0


2012 SEASON STATS

GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Record: 48-16 Date Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 March 2 March 3 March 4 March 6 March 9 March 10 March 11 March 13 March 16 March 18 March 18 March 23 March 24 March 26 March 30 March 31 April 1 April 5 April 6 April 7 April 10 April 13 April 14 April 15 April 17 April 20 April 21 April 22 April 24 April 27 April 28 April 29 May 1 May 5 May 5 May 6 May 8 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 15 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 22 May 25 May 26 May 27 June 1 June 2 June 3 June 8 June 9 June 15 June 17 June 19 * ^ RE SR CWS

W/L L W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W L W W W L L W W L W W W W L L W L W L W W W L W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W L L

Home: 27-10 Score 2-1 6-5 5-1 19-7 15-3 9-3 8-6 9-1 5-2 6-2 11-2 4-0 2-0 7-6 7-3 7-2 6-5 4-3 4-2 12-3 12-3 10-4 16-0 9-6 5-1 6-2 8-3 8-6 4-2 4-3 15-3 6-2 12-4 4-0 3-0 7-6 9-3 7-2 7-4 7-2 2-1 5-1 3-2 15-11 6-2 2-0 11-3 4-2 6-3 7-2 8-5 6-5 6-2 3-1 6-5 7-6 3-0 7-1 13-5 6-2 4-1 9-1 4-0 4-1

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Away: 19-4 Record 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 11-3 12-3 13-3 14-3 14-4 15-4 16-4 17-4 17-5 18-5 19-5 20-5 20-6 20-7 21-7 22-7 22-8 23-8 24-8 25-8 26-8 26-9 26-10 27-10 27-11 28-11 28-12 29-12 30-12 31-12 31-13 32-13 33-13 34-13 35-13 36-13 37-13 38-13 38-14 39-14 40-14 41-14 42-14 43-14 44-14 45-14 46-14 47-14 48-14 48-15 48-16

Neutral: 2-2

Opponent (Rank) Maryland Maryland Maryland at Cal State Northridge Baylor (25) Baylor (25) Baylor (25) Long Beach State Sacramento State Sacramento State Sacramento State UC Riverside at Georgia (9) at Georgia (9) at Georgia (9) vs. USC^ Arizona State* (11) Arizona State* (11) Arizona State* (11) Washington State* Washington State* Washington State* at Utah* at Utah* at Utah* Oregon* (22) Oregon* (22) Oregon* (22) Cal State Fullerton (12) at Arizona* (4) at Arizona* (4) at Arizona* (4) Cal State Northridge at Oregon State* at Oregon State* at Oregon State* UC Irvine Stanford* (13) Stanford* (13) Stanford* (13) at Long Beach State Purdue (13) Purdue (13) Purdue (13) at Pepperdine at Washington* at Washington* at Washington* at Cal State Fullerton (8) at California* at California* at California* at UC Irvine USC* USC* USC* Creighton REG New Mexico REG Creighton REG TCU SR TCU SR Stony Brook CWS Arizona CWS Florida State CWS

Pac-12 Conference game Dodgertown Classic (March 13 at Dodger Stadium) NCAA Los Angeles Regional (at Jackie Robinson Stadium, UCLA) NCAA Super Regional (at Jackie Robinson Stadium, UCLA) NCAA College World Series (at TD Ameritrade Park, Omaha, Neb.) (ranking from Baseball America, week of game/series)

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Pac-12: 20-10

Postseason: 6-2

UCLA Pitcher of Record Griggs L 0-1 Vander Tuig W 1-0 Weiss L 0-1 Ortiz W 1-0 Plutko L 0-1 Berg W 1-0 Watson W 1-0 Watson W 2-0 Plutko W 1-1 Vander Tuig W 2-0 Weiss W 1-1 Watson W 3-0 Plutko W 2-1 Deeter W 1-0 Brewer W 1-0 Watson W 4-0 Berg W 2-0 Vander Tuig L 2-1 Watson W 5-0 Plutko W 3-1 Berg W 3-0 Watson L 5-1 Plutko W 4-1 Vander Tuig W 3-1 Watson W 6-1 Plutko L 4-2 Vander Tuig L 3-2 Berg W 4-0 Watson W 7-1 Berg L 4-1 Vander Tuig W 4-2 Weiss W 2-1 Ortiz W 2-0 Plutko W 5-2 Vander Tuig L 4-3 Berg L 4-2 Brewer W 2-0 Plutko L 5-3 Vander Tuig W 5-3 Weiss L 2-2 Watson W 8-1 Plutko W 6-3 Vander Tuig W 6-3 Watson L 8-2 Jaffe W 1-0 Plutko W 7-3 Vander Tuig W 7-3 Berg W 5-2 Griggs W 1-1 Plutko W 8-3 Vander Tuig W 8-3 Berg L 5-3 Watson W 9-2 Plutko W 9-3 Griggs W 2-1 Griggs W 3-1 Plutko W 10-3 Vander Tuig W 9-3 Weiss W 3-2 Plutko W 11-3 Vander Tuig W 10-3 Plutko W 12-3 Vander Tuig L 10-4 Weiss L 3-3

Attendance 1,007 927 819 372 522 709 776 376 608 628 829 365 1,947 2,255 1,967 6,034 611 929 929 637 720 319 2,000 1,250 478 868 1,237 1,510 871 4,080 2,380 2,858 510 1,962 2,352 2,459 486 1,084 1,608 1,617 1,342 1,374 1,374 1,529 322 1,392 686 487 2,264 412 613 1,087 1,750 1,351 1,636 1,778 1,570 1,601 1,291 2,042 2,135 21,662 19,198 23,409

Time 3:05 2:42 3:00 3:26 3:55 3:39 3:33 3:05 2:45 2:42 2:37 2:55 2:49 3:30 3:16 3:01 2:19 2:50 3:25 3:18 3:37 3:04 3:20 3:30 2:58 3:14 3:08 3:19 2:43 2:47 3:19 3:16 3:16 3:08 2:42 3:17 2:48 2:59 2:59 3:15 3:04 2:06 2:44 3:59 3:13 2:47 3:28 2:54 3:51 2:52 3:30 3:10 2:56 3:07 3:17 4:00 2:12 2:49 3:07 2:55 3:02 3:04 2:29 3:18


2012 SEASON STATS

Overall Batting Stats Record: 48-16 Player Shane Zeile Jeff Gelalich Cody Keefer Tyler Heineman Trevor Brown Beau Amaral Kevin Williams Chris Keck Brenton Allen Kevin Kramer Pat Valaika Eric Filia Cody Regis Matt Giovinazzo Brian Carroll Pat Gallagher Totals Opponents

Home: 27-10 AVG .371 .351 .333 .332 .321 .313 .302 .293 .286 .281 .266 .245 .239 .238 .235 .100 .304 .241

Away: 19-4

GP-GS AB 30-15 62 64-64 245 63-63 240 59-59 211 64-64 246 64-64 268 55-52 159 28-10 41 13-6 14 44-35 121 61-61 229 20-14 53 60-58 188 17-3 21 23-4 17 14-4 20 64-64 2135 64-64 2085

R 12 56 44 42 41 63 28 3 5 18 37 6 31 1 7 0 394 235

H 23 86 80 70 79 84 46 12 4 34 61 13 45 5 4 2 650 502

Neutral: 2-2 2B 3 10 12 7 13 10 6 3 2 5 11 1 4 0 2 0 89 90

3B 1 1 1 1 2 5 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 16 4

HR 0 11 0 1 3 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 23 33

Pac-12: 20-10

RBI 10 48 37 27 52 46 21 5 2 13 39 8 25 7 2 5 347 217

TB 28 131 94 82 105 116 60 15 6 39 83 14 54 5 6 2 840 699

SLG .452 .535 .392 .389 .427 .433 .377 .366 .429 .322 .362 .264 .287 .238 .353 .100 .393 .335

Postseason: 6-2

BB HBP 5 8 34 8 31 6 22 18 15 9 22 15 19 11 4 1 6 1 7 6 17 2 7 2 30 8 3 0 3 1 3 0 228 96 238 48

SO GDP 10 2 45 4 36 3 14 3 34 7 38 5 28 5 7 0 6 0 19 3 32 8 8 2 46 2 5 2 5 0 8 0 341 46 436 43

OBP .480 .444 .418 .435 .373 .389 .413 .354 .524 .351 .319 .355 .361 .308 .381 .208 .391 .330

SF SH 0 2 1 0 3 7 2 18 6 5 6 1 0 8 2 1 0 0 0 6 3 9 0 1 4 3 2 0 0 3 1 0 30 64 18 52

SB-AT 1-2 16-21 7-15 3-5 4-8 13-19 4-7 0-0 0-1 1-2 5-6 3-3 3-5 1-1 1-3 0-0 62-98 32-59

FLD% .982 .951 .984 .995 .992 .989 .977 1.000 .000 .922 .955 1.000 .970 1.000 1.000 1.000 .976 .970

LOB: UCLA 511, Opponents 499. DPs Turned: UCLA 55, Opponents 52. TPs Turned: UCLA 1, Opponents 0. IBB: UCLA 12 (Gelalich 7, Amaral 2, M. Giovinazzo, Allen, Valaika), Opponents 0. Picked Off: UCLA 9 (Amaral 2, Valaika, Regis. Brown, Keefer, Keck, Heineman, Kramer), Opponents 9. Catcher’s Interference: UCLA 0, Opponents 0. Errors: UCLA 58, Opponents 73.

Overall Pitching Stats Player Eric Jaffe Madison Poole Ryan Deeter David Berg Chase Brewer Adam Plutko Scott Griggs Zack Ortiz Zack Weiss Nick Vander Tuig Grant Watson Shane Zeile Totals Opponents

ERA 0.00 0.00 0.89 1.46 1.69 2.48 2.65 2.92 4.28 4.43 4.45 9.00 3.13 5.41

W-L 1-0 0-0 1-0 5-3 2-0 12-3 3-1 2-0 3-3 10-4 9-2 0-0 48-16 16-48

APP 8 4 36 50 15 18 36 12 17 18 35 3 64 64

GS 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 13 18 15 0 64 64

CG SHO/CBO SV 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0/2 1 0 0/1 0 2 2/3 0 0 0/2 15 0 0/1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0/1 0 2 6/4 16 4 2/0 5

IP 7.2 2.2 30.1 74.0 16.0 119.2 37.1 12.1 69.1 109.2 89.0 1.0 569.0 549.1

H R ER 6 0 0 1 0 0 20 7 3 42 14 12 13 4 3 91 35 33 23 13 11 16 7 4 73 42 33 121 60 54 94 52 44 2 1 1 502 235 198 650 394 330

BB 10 2 18 17 11 47 31 9 32 25 34 2 238 228

SO 3 2 26 63 6 99 64 6 44 77 46 0 436 341

2B 0 0 4 10 2 13 2 5 12 24 18 0 90 89

3B HR AB OAV 0 0 24 .250 0 0 9 .111 0 0 102 .196 0 2 254 .165 0 0 51 .255 2 7 423 .215 0 0 135 .170 0 1 50 .320 2 7 266 .274 0 13 437 .277 0 3 329 .286 0 0 5 .400 4 33 2085 .241 16 23 2135 .304

WP HBP BK 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 9 0 0 4 0 2 6 0 10 4 0 1 0 0 4 10 0 1 8 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 23 48 3 53 96 11

Runners caught stealing (catchers): Heineman 24/46 (.522), Brown 8/10 (.800). Runners caught stealing (pitchers): Weiss 10/16 (.625), Vander Tuig 10/15 (.667), Plutko 3/11 (.273), Watson 3/7 (.429), Deeter 4/4 (1.000), Brewer 0/2 (.000), Poole 1/1 (1.000), Berg 0/1 (.000), Griggs 1/1 (1.000), Ortiz 0/1 (.000). Passed Balls: UCLA 10 (Brown 6, Heineman 4), Opponents 18. Pickoffs: UCLA 9 (Watson 3, Plutko 2, Heineman 2, Berg, Vander Tuig), Opponents 9.

Overall Fielding Stats Player Pat Gallagher Matt Giovinazzo David Berg Scott Griggs Eric Filia Brian Carroll Chase Brewer Ryan Deeter Chris Keck Zack Ortiz Madison Poole Tyler Heineman Trevor Brown Beau Amaral Cody Keefer

C 33 28 20 9 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 408 511 190 129

PO 29 26 5 4 5 4 1 1 2 0 1 341 457 182 124

A 4 2 15 5 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 65 50 6 3

Kevin Williams

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 2 2

FLD% DP CS SBA CS% PB CI 1.000 3 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 4 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .000 0 0 1.000 0 0 1 1.000 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 2 0 .000 0 0 1.000 0 0 4 1.000 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 1.000 0 0 1 1.000 0 0 .995 6 22 24 .522 4 0 .992 33 2 8 .800 6 0 .989 4 0 0 --- 0 0 .984 0 0 0 --- 0 0

Player Shane Zeile Kevin Williams Cody Regis Pat Valaika Jeff Gelalich Nick Vander Tuig Adam Plutko Kevin Kramer Grant Watson Zack Weiss Eric Jaffe Brenton Allen Totals Opponents

David Berg

48

C PO A E FLD% DP CS SBA 56 42 13 1 .982 7 0 0 222 106 111 5 .977 27 0 0 197 132 59 6 .970 14 0 0 264 69 183 12 .955 28 0 0 123 113 4 6 .951 1 0 0 19 5 13 1 .947 0 5 10 17 6 10 1 .941 0 8 3 115 39 67 9 .922 9 0 0 25 10 13 2 .920 0 4 3 17 2 11 4 .765 1 6 10 3 1 1 1 .667 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2404 1707 639 58 .976 55 32 27 2442 1648 721 73 .970 52 62 36

Tyler Heineman

CS% PB CI --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 .667 0 0 .273 0 0 --- 0 0 .429 0 0 .625 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 .542 10 0 .633 18 0


2012 SEASON STATS

Pac-12 Conference Batting Stats Record: 20-10 Player Brenton Allen Shane Zeile Tyler Heineman Beau Amaral Cody Keefer Chris Keck Cody Regis Kevin Kramer Matt Giovinazzo Trevor Brown Jeff Gelalich Eric Filia Kevin Williams Pat Valaika Brian Carroll Pat Gallagher Totals Opponents

Home: 9-6 AVG .500 .433 .383 .336 .333 .333 .330 .316 .308 .303 .303 .265 .263 .238 .167 .000 .312 .259

Away: 11-4

GP-GS AB 3-1 2 14-7 30 26-26 94 30-30 122 29-29 114 14-6 21 28-28 88 16-11 38 7-3 13 30-30 122 30-30 119 18-12 49 27-27 80 27-27 105 10-2 6 5-1 5 30-30 1008 30-30 992

R 1 8 22 34 13 2 18 4 1 16 23 5 16 17 2 0 182 121

H 1 13 36 41 38 7 29 12 4 37 36 13 21 25 1 0 314 257

2B 0 2 3 5 3 2 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 7 1 0 30 43

3B 0 1 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 3

HR 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 1 1 0 0 12 20

RBI 1 4 15 29 15 4 13 3 4 21 22 8 8 14 1 0 162 113

TB 1 17 41 63 41 9 35 12 4 43 55 14 24 37 2 0 398 366

SLG .500 .567 .436 .516 .360 .429 .398 .316 .308 .352 .462 .286 .300 .372 .333 .000 .395 .369

BB HBP 1 0 3 5 11 11 13 7 10 3 3 1 17 6 3 1 3 0 7 4 17 3 7 2 8 9 7 2 1 1 0 0 111 55 105 25

SO GDP 0 0 2 2 6 0 16 4 11 2 4 0 13 1 6 1 4 2 22 7 23 2 7 2 16 2 11 4 2 0 2 0 145 29 189 19

OBP .667 .553 .496 .415 .398 .423 .464 .381 .438 .358 .403 .379 .392 .296 .375 .000 .405 .342

SF SH 0 0 0 1 1 7 5 0 1 4 1 1 1 2 0 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 6 1 4 0 3 0 0 11 36 9 24

SB-AT 0-0 1-1 0-1 8-12 4-9 0-0 3-4 1-1 1-1 3-5 6-8 3-3 1-2 2-2 0-1 0-0 33-50 19-34

FLD% .000 .955 .995 .990 .984 .000 .957 .939 1.000 .992 .966 1.000 .967 .976 1.000 1.000 .978 .973

LOB: UCLA 252, Opponents 236. DPs Turned: UCLA 27, Opponents 33. IBB: UCLA 7 (Gelalich 4, Amaral 2, M. Giovinazzo) Opponents 0. Picked Off: UCLA 5 (Valaika, Regis, Keefer, Amaral, Keck), Opponents 4. Catcher’s Interference: UCLA 0, Opponents 0. Errors: UCLA 25, Opponents 32. Catcher’s Interference: UCLA 0, Opponents 0.

Pac-12 Pitching Stats Player Zack Ortiz Eric Jaffe Madison Poole Ryan Deeter Scott Griggs Chase Brewer David Berg Adam Plutko Zack Weiss Grant Watson Nick Vander Tuig Totals Opponents

ERA 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.84 1.10 1.59 2.19 3.29 3.52 5.48 5.49 3.42 5.45

W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 6-0 4-3 6-2 1-1 2-1 5-3 20-10 10-20

APP 7 2 1 14 15 0 25 10 9 13 10 30 30

GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 6 4 10 30 30

CG SHO/CBO SV 0 0/1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/1 8 0 0/0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0/3 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 3/3 8 2 1/0 3

IP 7.2 4.0 1.1 10.2 16.1 5.2 37.0 63.0 38.1 23.0 59.0 266.0 262.1

H R ER 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 1 15 3 2 4 2 1 25 11 9 58 24 23 37 21 15 27 19 14 78 39 36 257 121 101 314 182 159

BB 3 3 2 6 7 7 8 31 11 13 14 105 111

SO 4 2 1 8 27 1 34 38 27 14 33 189 145

2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 9 6 5 16 43 30

3B HR AB OAV 0 0 28 .179 0 0 13 .154 0 0 4 .000 0 0 34 .176 0 0 63 .238 0 0 15 .267 0 1 131 .191 2 4 228 .254 1 3 145 .255 0 2 86 .314 0 10 245 .318 3 20 992 .259 9 12 1008 .312

WP HBP BK 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 0 2 2 0 1 7 0 0 1 0 0 5 2 9 25 2 22 55 5

Runners caught stealing (catchers): Heineman 16/30 (.533), Brown 3/3 (1.000). Runners caught stealing (pitchers): Weiss 8/11 (.723), Vander Tuig 7/10 (.700), Plutko 1/6 (.167), Deeter 2/2 (1.000), Watson 0/2 (.000), Brewer 0/1 (.000), Poole 1/1 (1.000), Berg 0/1 (.000). Passed Balls: UCLA 5 (Brown 3, Heineman 2), Opponents 6. Pickoffs: UCLA 4 (Plutko, Watson, Berg, Vander Tuig), Opponents 5.

Pac-12 Fielding Stats Player C Matt Giovinazzo 21 Adam Plutko 12 David Berg 11 Pat Gallagher 9 Nick Vander Tuig 9 Eric Filia 5 Scott Griggs 2 Eric Jaffe 1 Chase Brewer 1 Brian Carroll 1 Zack Ortiz 1 Tyler Heineman 185 Trevor Brown 259 Beau Amaral 101 Cody Keefer 64

PO 20 5 3 9 1 5 1 1 0 1 0 147 239 95 61

A 1 7 8 0 8 0 1 0 1 0 1 37 18 5 2

Kevin Kramer

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1

FLD% DP CS SBA CS% PB CI 1.000 3 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 5 1 .167 0 0 1.000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 7 3 .700 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 .995 1 16 14 .533 2 0 .992 17 3 0 1.000 3 0 .990 4 0 0 --- 0 0 .984 0 0 0 --- 0 0

Player Pat Valaika Kevin Williams Jeff Gelalich Cody Regis Shane Zeile Kevin Kramer Grant Watson Zack Weiss Brenton Allen Ryan Deeter Madison Poole Chris Keck Totals Opponents

Nick Vander Tuig

49

C 123 122 59 70 22 33 4 10 0 0 0 0 1125 1168

PO A E FLD% DP CS SBA CS% PB CI 30 90 3 .976 13 0 0 --- 0 0 59 59 4 .967 16 0 0 --- 0 0 56 1 2 .966 0 0 0 --- 0 0 36 31 3 .957 8 0 0 --- 0 0 13 8 1 .955 4 0 0 --- 0 0 13 18 2 .939 2 0 0 --- 0 0 2 1 1 .750 0 0 2 .000 0 0 1 5 4 .600 0 8 3 .727 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 798 302 25 .978 27 19 15 .559 5 0 787 349 32 .973 33 33 17 .660 6 0

Pat Valaika


2012 GAME-BY-GAME LINE SCORES Game 1: Maryland 2, UCLA 1

Game 12: UCLA 4, UC Riverside 0

Game 23: UCLA 16, Utah 0

Feb. 17 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 UCLA 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Boyden (1-0) LP: Griggs (0-1) Time: 3:05 Attendance: 1,007

March 6 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H UCR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 UCLA 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 X 4 10 WP: Watson (3-0) LP: Patito (1-1) Time: 2:55 Attendance: 365

March 30 at Spring Mobile Ballpark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H UCLA 1 0 4 2 2 1 1 5 0 16 16 UTAH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 WP: Plutko (4-1) LP: Pond (2-4) Time: 3:20 Attendance: 2,000

R 2 1

H 6 7

E 1 2

E 0 1

Game 2: UCLA 6, Maryland 5

Game 13: UCLA 2, Georgia 0

Feb. 18 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E MD 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 5 6 1 UCLA 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 X 6 10 1 WP: Vander Tuig (1-0) LP: Haslup (0-1) SV: Griggs (1) Time: 2:42 Attendance: 927

March 9 at Foley Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 UGA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Plutko (2-1) LP: Wood (3-1) Time: 2:49 Attendance: 1,947

Game 3: Maryland 5, UCLA 1

Game 14: UCLA 7, Georgia 6

Game 25: UCLA 5, Utah 1

Feb. 19 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MD 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 WP: Harman (1-0) LP: Weiss (0-1) Time: 3:00 Attendance: 819

March 10 at Foley Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E UCLA 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 2 1 7 9 2 UGA 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 6 10 4 WP: Deeter (1-0) LP: Palazzone (2-1) SV: Griggs (4) Time: 3:30 Attendance: 2,255

April 1 at Spring Mobile Ballpark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 UTAH 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Watson (6-1) LP: Vocca (1-3) Time: 2:58 Attendance: 478

Game 4: UCLA 19, Cal State Northridge 7

Game 15: UCLA 7, Georgia 3

Game 26: Oregon 6, UCLA 2

Feb. 21 at Matador Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 0 5 3 1 0 1 9 0 CSUN 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 WP: Ortiz (1-0) LP: White (0-1) Time: 3:26 Attendance: 372

March 11 at Foley Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 UGA 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 WP: Brewer (1-0) LP: Hicks (2-2) Time: 3:16 Attendance: 1,967

R 5 1

H 7 5

R H 19 16 7 9

E 1 3

E 2 2

Game 5: Baylor 15, UCLA 3

Game 16: UCLA 7, USC 2

Feb. 24 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H BAY 0 0 3 2 1 0 8 1 0 15 19 UCLA 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 8 WP: Blank (3-0) LP: Plutko (0-1) Time: 3:55 Attendance: 522

March 13 at Dodger Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 USC 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 UCLA 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 X WP: Watson (4-0) LP: Garcia (1-2) Time: 3:01 Attendance: 6,034

E 0 1

R 2 0

Game 24: UCLA 9, Utah 6 H 9 5

R H 7 12 3 7

E 1 1

E 1 0

March 31 at Spring Mobile Ballpark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E UCLA 1 0 0 2 0 3 2 0 1 9 9 2 UTAH 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 6 14 2 WP: Vander Tuig (3-1) LP: Duke (2-1) SV: Griggs (6) Time: 3:30 Attendance: 1,250

April 5 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ORE 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 WP: Keudell (4-3) LP: Plutko (4-2) Time: 3:14 Attendance: 868

R 5 1

H 9 8

E 0 1

R H 6 11 2 10

E 0 2

Game 27: Oregon 8, UCLA 3 R H 2 8 7 10

E 3 0

April 6 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E ORE 1 0 0 1 4 2 0 0 0 8 11 1 UCLA 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 7 2 WP: Reed (3-2) LP: Vander Tuig (3-2) SV: Housey (1) Time: 3:08 Attendance: 1,237

Game 6: UCLA 9, Baylor 3

Game 17: UCLA 6, Arizona State 5

Game 28: UCLA 8, Oregon 6

Feb. 25 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 BAY 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 3 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 X WP: Berg (1-0) LP: Ashby (0-1) Time: 3:39 Attendance: 709

March 16 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H ASU 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 6 11 WP: Berg (2-0) LP: Barrett (1-2) Time: 2:19 Attendance: 611

April 7 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H ORE 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 7 UCLA 2 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 X 8 12 WP: Berg (4-0) LP: Gold (3-2) SV: Griggs (7) Time: 3:19 Attendance: 1,510

R H 3 7 9 12

E 1 1

E 0 2

E 1 0

E 1 2

Game 7: UCLA 8, Baylor 6

Game 18: Arizona State 4, UCLA 3

Game 29: UCLA 4, Cal State Fullerton 2

Feb. 26 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E BAY 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 6 10 0 UCLA 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 X 8 11 0 WP: Watson (1-0) LP: Newman (0-1) SV: Griggs (2) Time: 3:33 Attendance: 776

March 18 at Jackie Robinson Stadium (Game 1 of 2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E ASU 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 7 0 UCLA 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 13 0 WP: Williams (5-0) LP: Vander Tuig (2-1) SV: Barrett (1) Time: 2:50 Attendance: 929

April 10 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E CSUF 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 UCLA 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 X 4 8 1 WP: Watson (7-1) LP: Gauna (3-3) SV: Griggs (8) Time: 2:43 Attendance: 871

Game 8: UCLA 9, Long Beach State 1

Game 19: UCLA 4, Arizona State 2

Game 30: Arizona 4, UCLA 3

Feb. 28 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 LBSU 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 5 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 X WP: Watson (2-0) LP: Johnson (0-1) Time: 3:05 Attendance: 376

March 18 at Jackie Robinson Stadium (Game 2 of 2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E ASU 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 UCLA 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 X 4 8 0 WP: Watson (5-0) LP: Blackford (0-2) SV: Griggs (5) Time: 3:25 Attendance: 929

April 13 at Hi Corbett Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 ARIZ 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 X WP: Heyer (6-1) LP: Berg (4-1) Time: 2:47 Attendance: 4,080

Game 9: UCLA 5, Sacramento State 2

Game 20: UCLA 12, Washington State 3

Game 31: UCLA 15, Arizona 3

March 2 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SAC 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 UCLA 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 X 5 9 1 WP: Plutko (1-1) LP: Greenwood (1-2) SV: Griggs (3) Time: 2:45 Attendance: 608

March 23 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H WSU 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 5 UCLA 5 2 1 1 0 0 3 0 X 12 12 WP: Plutko (3-1) LP: Leckenby (3-3) Time: 3:18 Attendance: 637

April 14 at Hi Corbett Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H UCLA 5 0 0 1 4 2 0 3 0 15 20 ARIZ 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 10 WP: Vander Tuig (4-2) LP: Wade (4-1) Time: 3:19 Attendance: 2,380

Game 10: UCLA 6, Sacramento State 2

Game 21: UCLA 12, Washington State 3

Game 32: UCLA 6, Arizona 2

March 3 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H SAC 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 8 UCLA 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 X 6 10 WP: Vander Tuig (2-0) LP: Mendonca (2-1) Time: 2:42 Attendance: 628

March 24 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H WSU 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 10 UCLA 0 0 0 1 1 6 4 0 X 12 16 WP: Berg (3-0) LP: Ochoa (0-1) Time: 2:04 Attendance: 720

April 15 at Hi Corbett Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 ARIZ 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Weiss (2-1) LP: Farris (4-2) Time: 3:16 Attendance: 2,858

R 1 2

H 2 3

E 3 2

E 0 1

E 2 1

E 1 0

R H 3 8 4 12

R H 6 11 2 6

E 2 0

E 1 5

E 0 2

Game 11: UCLA 11, Sacramento State 2

Game 22: Washington State 10, UCLA 4

Game 33: UCLA 12, Cal State Northridge 4

March 4 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H SAC 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 UCLA 0 1 2 3 1 4 0 0 X 11 11 WP: Weiss (1-1) LP: Morgan (0-2) Time: 2:37 Attendance: 829

March 26 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E WSU 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 13 0 UCLA 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 8 0 WP: Swannack (2-2) LP: Watson (5-1) SV: Simon (2) Time: 3:04 Attendance: 319

April 17 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H CSUN 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 11 UCLA 2 0 0 2 0 1 7 0 X 12 18 WP: Ortiz (2-0) LP: Cohen (4-2) Time: 3:16 Attendance: 510

E 2 2

50

E 5 0


2012 GAME-BY-GAME LINE SCORES Game 34: UCLA 4, Oregon State 0

Game 45: UCLA 6, Pepperdine 2

April 20 at Goss Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 OSU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Plutko (5-2) LP: Wetzler (4-2) Time: 3:08 Attendance: 1,962

May 8 at Eddy D. Field Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 1 PEPP 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Jaffe (1-0) LP: Snider (0-1) Time: 3:13 Attendance: 322

R 4 0

H 7 2

E 0 0

R H 6 13 2 7

Game 35: Oregon State 3, UCLA 0

Game 46: UCLA 2, Washington 0

April 21 at Goss Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OSU 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 X WP: Fry (4-2) LP: Vander Tuig (4-3) Time: 2:42 Attendance: 2,352

May 11 at Safeco Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H UCLA 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 WASH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 WP: Plutko (7-3) LP: West (6-5) SV: Griggs (12) Time: 2:47 Attendance: 1,392

R H 0 6 3 11

E 0 0

Game 36: Oregon State 7, UCLA 6

Game 47: UCLA 11, Washington 3

April 22 at Goss Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 OSU 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 X WP: Bryant (4-1) LP: Berg (4-2) Time: 3:17 Attendance: 2,459

May 12 at Husky Ballpark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 0 1 4 3 3 0 0 0 WASH 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Vander Tuig (7-3) LP: Davis (2-3) Time: 3:28 Attendance: 686

R H 6 12 7 5

E 3 1

R H 11 15 3 10

Game 56: UCLA 7, USC 6 E 0 5

May 27 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 USC 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 UCLA 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 2 X WP: Griggs (3-1) LP: Viramontes (1-2) Time: 4:00 Attendance: 1,778

R H 6 14 7 12

Game 57: UCLA 3, Creighton 0 E 0 0

June 1 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Creighton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 X WP: Plutko (10-3) LP: Blach (6-6) Time: 2:12 Attendance: 1,570

R 0 3

H 2 7

E 1 0

June 2 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 1 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 UNM 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 WP: Vander Tuig (9-3) LP: Sanchez (8-3) Time: 2:49 Attendance: 1,601

R H 7 17 1 2

Game 48: UCLA 4, Washington 2

Game 59: UCLA 13, Creighton 5

April 24 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H UCI 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 UCLA 0 2 0 0 4 0 3 0 X 9 12 WP: Brewer (2-0) LP: Litchfield (2-2) Time: 2:48 Attendance: 486

May 13 at Husky Ballpark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UCLA 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 WASH 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 WP: Berg (5-2) LP: Palewicz (1-2) Time: 2:54 Attendance: 487

June 3 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H Creighton 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 5 12 UCLA 2 0 5 0 2 4 0 0 X 13 11 WP: Weiss (3-2) LP: Musec (3-4) Time: 3:20 Attendance: 1,461

9 R H E 0 4 10 0 0 2 8 0 SV: Griggs (13)

Game 38: Stanford 7, UCLA 2

Game 49: UCLA 6, Cal State Fullerton 3

Game 60: UCLA 6, TCU 2

April 27 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H STAN 0 0 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 7 10 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 9 WP: Appel (6-1) LP: Plutko (5-3) Time: 2:59 Attendance: 1,084

May 15 at Goodwin Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 CSUF 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 WP: Griggs (1-1) LP: Cardona (0-2) Time: 3:51 Attendance: 2,264

June 8 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TCU 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 X WP: Plutko (11-3) LP: Finnegan (4-5) Time: 2:55 Attendance: 2,042

E 1 0

R H 6 11 3 10

E 0 0

Game 58: UCLA 7, New Mexico 1

Game 37: UCLA 9, UC Irvine 3 E 2 2

E 2 2

E 2 1

R 2 6

H 7 6

E 1 0

E 2 0

E 0 1

Game 39: UCLA 7, Stanford 4

Game 50: UCLA 7, California 2

April 28 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E STAN 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 8 1 UCLA 4 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 X 7 8 1 WP: Vander Tuig (5-3) LP: Mooneyham (5-4) SV: Griggs (9) Time: 2:59 Attendance: 1,608

May 18 at Evans Diamond 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 WP: Plutko (8-3) LP: Flemer (7-5) Time: 2:52 Attendance: 412

Game 40: Stanford 7, UCLA 2

Game 51: UCLA 8, California 5

Game 62: UCLA 9, Stony Brook 1

April 29 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R STAN 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 7 UCLA 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 WP: Bloom (2-0) LP: Weiss (2-2) Time: 3:15 Attendance: 1,617

May 19 at Evans Diamond 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E UCLA 4 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 12 0 CAL 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 5 12 2 WP: Vander Tuig (8-3) LP: Jones (4-8) SV: Griggs (14) Time: 3:30 Attendance: 613

June 15 at TD Ameritrade Park 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SB 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 5 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 X WP: Plutko (12-3) LP: Johnson (12-2) Time: 3:04 Attendance: 21,662

Game 41: UCLA 2, Long Beach State 1

Game 52: California 6, UCLA 5

Game 63: Arizona 4, UCLA 0

May 1 at Blair Field 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E UCLA 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 5 0 LBSU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 WP: Watson (8-1) LP: Sabo (0-5) SV: Griggs (10) Time: 3:30 Attendance: 1548

May 20 at Evans Diamond 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 CAL 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 X WP: Donofrio (6-1) LP: Berg (5-3) Time: 3:10 Attendance: 1,087

Game 42: UCLA 5, Purdue 1

Game 53: UCLA 6, UC Irvine 2

May 5 at Jackie Robinson Stadium (Game 1 of 2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E PUR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 UCLA 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 X 5 10 0 WP: Plutko (6-3) LP: Haase (7-1) Time: 2:06 Attendance: 1,374

May 22 at Anteater Ballpark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 UCI 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 WP: Watson (9-2) LP: Brock (1-1) Time: 2:56 Attendance: 1,750

Game 43: UCLA 3, Purdue 2

Game 54: UCLA 3, USC 1

May 5 at Jackie Robinson Stadium (Game 2 of 2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E PUR 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 UCLA 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 X 3 4 0 WP: Vander Tuig (6-3) LP: Breedlove (6-4) SV: Griggs (11) Time: 2:44 Attendance: 1,374

May 25 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E USC 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 UCLA 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 X 3 7 1 WP: Plutko (9-3) LP: Mount (1-8) SV: Griggs (15) Time: 3:07 Attendance: 1,351

Game 44: Purdue 15, UCLA 11

Game 55: UCLA 6, USC 5

May 6 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PUR 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 10 UCLA 0 3 0 4 0 2 0 1 1 WP: Wittgren (1-0) LP: Watson (8-2) Time: 3:59 Attendance: 1,529

H 8 6

R H 15 20 11 16

E 0 0

E 2 1

May 26 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 USC 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 WP: Griggs (2-1) LP: Viramontes (1-1) Time: 3:17 Attendance: 1,636

R H 7 12 2 9

R H 5 10 6 14

R H 6 10 2 7

R H 5 7 6 11

Game 61: UCLA 4, TCU 1 E 2 4

E 2 2

June 9 at Jackie Robinson Stadium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UCLA 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 TCU 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Vander Tuig (10-3) LP: Morrison (9-2) Time: 3:02 Attendance: 2,135

R 1 9

June 17 at TD Ameritrade Park 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ARIZ 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 X 4 WP: Wade (10-3) LP: Vander Tuig (10-4) Time: 2:29 Attendance: 19,198

H 5 9

E 0 0

H 5 6

E 1 0

Game 64: Florida State 4, UCLA 1 E 2 1

June 19 at TD Ameritrade Park 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 2 FSU 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 X 4 9 0 WP: Sitz (4-3) LP: Weiss (3-3) SV: Benincasa (16) Time: 3:18 Attendance: 23,409

E 0 1

Adam Plutko

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R H E 4 8 0 1 7 2 SV: Berg (1)


2012 SEASON STATS

Team Game Highs

Multi-Hit Games

BATTING

PLAYER

2

3

4

5+

Jeff Gelalich Cody Keefer Trevor Brown Beau Amaral Tyler Heineman Pat Valaika Cody Regis Kevin Williams Kevin Kramer Shane Zeile Eric Filia Matt Giovinazzo Chris Keck

13 15 20 14 13 10 11 8 7 3 4 1 1

10 8 3 5 4 3 1 3 1 2 -

1 1 1 1 1 -

1 -

24 24 24 21 18 13 12 11 8 5 4 1 1

120 40

5

1

166

TOTAL

At bats Runs scored Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Strikeouts Sacrifice Hits Sacrifice Flies Stolen Bases Hit by Pitch Caught Stealing Runners LOB Hit into DP

46 19 20 17 6 3 3 34 9 11 11 4 3 4 5 2 14 4

at Arizona (April 14) at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 21) at Arizona (April 14) at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 21) vs. Washington State (March 24) at Arizona (April 14) at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 21) at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 21) vs. Washington State (March 24) vs. Maryland (Feb. 19) vs. Florida State (June 19) at California (May 19) at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 21) at California (May 19) vs. USC (May 27) Nine times vs. USC (May 27) at California (May 20)

27 17 17 17 3 3 1 4 4

57 times vs. Maryland (Feb. 19) vs. UC Riverside (March 6) vs. Washington State (March 26) vs. Maryland (Feb. 19) at Oregon State (April 22) 10 times vs. Baylor (Feb. 24) vs. Florida State (June 19)

9.0 14 15 15 15 15 10 20 3 3 3 3

57 times vs. Maryland (Feb. 17) vs. Baylor (Feb. 24) vs. Purdue (May 6) vs. Baylor (Feb. 24) vs. Purdue (May 6) vs. Baylor (Feb. 24) vs. Purdue (May 6) vs. Stanford (April 28) vs. Creighton (June 3) vs. Maryland (Feb. 19) vs. Stanford (April 29)

FIELDING Putouts Assists Errors Passed Balls DPs turned

PITCHING Innings Strikeouts Runs Allowed Earned Runs Walks Allowed Hits Allowed Wild Pitches Hit Batters

Individual Game Highs BATTING At Bats Runs Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Hit by Pitch Sacrifice Hits Sacrifice Flies

6 4 5 4 3 2 2 9 3 3 2 2 3 1

Amaral (four times) Three times Amaral vs. Washington St. (3/24) Four times Gelalich vs. Sacramento St. (3/4) Amaral at Arizona (4/14) Gelalich (2/21 and 6/3) Gelalich vs. Creighton (6/3) 16 times 12 times Four times Six times Carroll at California (5/19) 30 times

16 9 3

Brown at Arizona (4/14) Valaika vs. Maryland (2/19) Weiss at Oregon State (4/22)

9.0 11 11 9 11

Plutko (3/9 and 6/1) Plutko at Georgia (3/9) Vander Tuig vs. New Mexico (6/2) Watson vs. Washington St. (3/26) Plutko at Arizona (4/13)

TEAM

Multi-RBI Games PLAYER

2

3

4

5+

Trevor Brown Jeff Gelalich Beau Amaral Pat Valaika Cody Keefer Cody Regis Tyler Heineman Eric Filia Kevin Williams Pat Gallagher Kevin Kramer Shane Zeile Matt Giovinazzo

11 9 8 5 6 5 3 2 2 1 2 2 1

2 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 -

1 1 1 1 -

-

14 12 10 8 7 7 5 3 3 2 2 2 1

TEAM

56

16

4

0

76

Hitting Streaks PLAYER Beau Amaral Tyler Heineman Trevor Brown Pat Valaika Jeff Gelalich Cody Keefer Kevin Kramer Eric Filia Shane Zeile Kevin Williams Cody Regis Brenton Allen two players two players

GAMES

CURRENT

21 15 12 9 9 8 7 7 6 6 4 3 2 1

1 1 4 4 1 1 6 3 -

Inning-by-Inning Summary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 EX Total UCLA Opponents

58 39 37 47 44 63 47 41 18 0 22 22 36 41 41 15 19 16 23 0

FIELDING Putouts Assists Errors

PITCHING Innings Strikeouts Runs Allowed Hits Allowed

Situational Records TOTAL SITUATION

52

394 235

RECORD

Total 48-16 Conference 20-10 Non-Conference 28-6 Home 27-10 Away 19-4 Neutral 2-2 Day 24-8 Night 24-8 February 5-3 March 14-2 April 9-7 May 14-2 June 6-2 vs Left-handed starter 10-3 vs Right-handed starter 38-13 1-Run games 7-5 2-Run games 8-0 5+Run games 16-5 Extra innings 0-0 Shutouts 6-2 UCLA scores 0-2 runs 3-8 UCLA scores 3-5 runs 12-6 UCLA scores 6-9 runs 24-1 UCLA scores 10+ runs 9-1 Opponent scores 0-2 runs 27-1 Opponent scores 3-5 runs 15-6 Opponent scores 6-9 runs 6-6 Opponent scores 10+ runs 0-3 UCLA scores in 1st inning 21-3 Opponent scores in 1st inning 7-6 UCLA scores first 32-6 Opponent scores first 16-10 Leading after 6 42-3 Trailing after 6 4-12 Tied after 6 2-1 Leading after 7 44-3 Trailing after 7 1-12 Tied after 7 3-1 Leading after 8 46-2 Trailing after 8 0-13 Tied after 8 2-0 UCLA hits 0 home runs 32-12 UCLA hits 1 home run 14-4 UCLA hits 2+ home runs 2-0 Opponent hits 0 home runs 33-7 Opponent hits 1 home run 12-5 Opponent hits 2+ home runs 3-4 UCLA makes 0 errors 21-5 UCLA makes 1 error 17-3 UCLA makes 2+ errors 10-8 Opponent makes 0 errors 17-9 Opponent makes 1 error 13-5 Opponent makes 2+ errors 18-2 UCLA out-hits opponent 39-3 Out-hit by opponent 6-13 Hits are tied 3-0 Longest Winning Streak 12 Longest Losing Streak 2 Current Streak L2 Largest Margin of Victory 16 Largest Margin of Defeat 12 Last At-Bat Wins 2 Most Runs (UCLA only) 19 (vs. CSUN, 2/21) Most Runs (Both Teams) 26 (twice) Fewest Runs (Both Teams) 2 (W, 2-0, twice) Most UCLA Errors 3 (twice) Most Opponent Errors 5 (three times) Longest Game 4:00 (vs. USC, 5/27) Shortest Game 2:06 (Purdue, 5/5) Largest Home Crowd 2,135 (vs. TCU, 6/9) Largest Road/Neutral Crowd 23,409 (vs. Florida St., 6/19)


2012 SEASON STATS

Starters by Position PITCHER Adam Plutko Nick Vander Tuig Grant Watson Zack Weiss

18 18 15 13

13-5 14-4 14-1 7-6

CATCHER Tyler Heineman Trevor Brown

52 12

38-14 10-2

FIRST BASE Trevor Brown Cody Regis Shane Zeile Pat Gallagher Matt Giovinazzo

42 13 4 3 2

28-14 13-0 4-0 2-1 1-1

SECOND BASE Kevin Williams Trevor Brown Kevin Kramer Shane Zeile

49 8 4 3

36-13 8-0 2-2 2-1

THIRD BASE Cody Regis Kevin Kramer Trevor Brown

33 29 2

21-12 25-4 2-0

SHORTSTOP Pat Valaika Kevin Williams

61 3

46-15 2-1

LEFT FIELD Cody Keefer Eric Filia

63 1

48-15 0-1

CENTER FIELD Beau Amaral

64

48-16

RIGHT FIELD Jeff Gelalich Brian Carroll

63 1

47-16 1-0

DESIGNATED HITTER Eric Filia Cody Regis Chris Keck Shane Zeile Tyler Heineman Brenton Allen Brian Carroll Kevin Kramer Pat Gallagher Matt Giovinazzo Jeff Gelalich

13 12 10 8 7 6 3 2 1 1 1

8-5 8-4 8-2 5-3 7-0 4-2 3-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

Starters by Batting Order LEADOFF Beau Amaral

64

48-16

2ND SPOT Tyler Heineman Jeff Gelalich Pat Valaika Cody Keefer Brian Carroll

57 2 2 2 1

44-13 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0

3RD SPOT Cody Keefer Jeff Gelalich Eric Filia-Snyder

61 2 1

47-14 1-1 0-1

CLEANUP Jeff Gelalich Cody Regis Trevor Brown Shane Zeile

57 4 2 1

43-12 2-2 1-1 0-1

5TH SPOT Trevor Brown Shane Zeile Pat Valaika Jeff Gelalich

57 3 2 2

43-12 2-1 1-1 0-2

6TH SPOT Pat Valaika Cody Regis Eric Filia Chris Keck Kevin Kramer Shane Zeile Trevor Brown Jeff Gelalich Tyler Heineman

24 16 7 5 4 4 2 1 1

20-4 10-6 5-2 4-1 4-0 3-1 0-2 1-0 1-0

UCLA’s Home Run Log

(Team W-L record when starter)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

(Team W-L record when starter)

7TH SPOT Pat Valaika Cody Regis Shane Zeile Trevor Brown Kevin Kramer Eric Filia Chris Keck Brenton Allen Matt Giovinazzo

27 24 4 3 2 1 1 1 1

20-7 18-6 4-0 2-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1

8TH SPOT Kevin Kramer Cody Regis Brenton Allen Eric Filia Pat Valaika Chris Keck Pat Gallagher Shane Zeile Brian Carroll Matt Giovinazzo Tyler Heineman

20 14 5 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 1

15-5 12-2 4-1 2-3 3-1 3-1 3-1 2-1 2-0 2-0 0-1

9TH SPOT Kevin Williams Kevin Kramer Pat Valaika Brian Carroll

52 9 2 1

38-14 8-1 1-1 1-0

Player Tyler Heineman Jeff Gelalich Jeff Gelalich Jeff Gelalich Trevor Brown Kevin Williams Kevin Williams Jeff Gelalich Beau Amaral Jeff Gelalich Trevor Brown Jeff Gelalich Beau Amaral Beau Amaral Beau Amaral Cody Regis Pat Valaika Trevor Brown Jeff Gelalich Jeff Gelalich Jeff Gelalich Jeff Gelalich Jeff Gelalich

Date 2/21 2/21 2/21 2/25 3/9 3/13 3/16 3/18 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/30 4/1 4/17 4/20 4/22 4/27 5/5 5/8 5/12 5/13 6/3 6/3

Opponent Runners On Outs Inning at Cal State Northridge 1 1 T3 at Cal State Northridge 0 0 T5 at Cal State Northridge 1 1 T8 Baylor 1 1 B1 at Georgia 1 1 T4 vs. USC 0 0 B5 Arizona State 0 2 B9 0 0 B2 Arizona State (Game 1) Washington State 2 0 B7 Washington State 1 2 B6 Washington State 0 0 B4 at Utah 0 2 T6 at Utah 0 0 T1 Cal State Northridge 0 0 B7 at Oregon State 0 0 T3 at Oregon State 1 2 T2 Stanford 0 1 B9 0 1 B4 Purdue (Game 1) at Pepperdine 0 2 T9 at Washington 0 0 T4 at Washington 0 1 T3 Creighton 1 2 B1 Creighton 0 0 B5

Cody Regis

T.J. Bruce and Jeff Gelalich

Ryan Deeter

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2012 CONFERENCE REVIEW

Final Standings CONFERENCE W L Pct 20 10 .667 20 10 .667 19 11 .633 18 12 .600 18 12 .600 18 12 .600 13 17 .433 12 18 .400 12 18 .400 8 22 .267 7 23 .233

UCLA%*^# Arizona%*^# Oregon*^ Stanford*^ Oregon State* Arizona State Washington California Washington State USC Utah

% Pac-12 Co-Champion * NCAA Regional selection

Home 9-6 9-6 12-3 10-5 10-5 14-1 6-9 6-9 7-8 6-9 3-12

Away 11-4 11-4 7-8 8-7 8-7 4-11 7-8 6-9 5-10 2-13 4-11

^ NCAA Super Regional Participant

OVERALL W L 48 16 48 17 46 19 41 18 40 20 36 20 30 25 29 25 28 28 23 32 14 42

Neut 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .750 .738 .708 .695 .667 .643 .545 .537 .500 .418 .250

Home 27-10 30-10 29-8 27-7 18-6 23-6 15-13 15-10 16-10 17-13 4-16

Away 19-4 13-7 16-11 14-11 15-13 10-13 15-12 12-14 10-18 6-18 8-21

Neut 2-2 5-0 1-0 0-0 7-1 3-1 0-0 2-1 2-0 0-1 2-5

Streak L2 W11 L1 L2 L1 L1 L1 L2 W1 L6 L7

# College World Series Participant

2012 All-Pac-12 Team

2012 Pac-12 All-Academic Team

Player of the Year: Alex Mejia, Arizona Pitcher of the Year: Alex Keudell, Oregon Defensive Player of the Year: Alex Mejia, Arizona Freshman of the Year: Michael Conforto, Oregon State Coach of the Year: Andy Lopez, Arizona

FIRST TEAM Name Shaun Cooper Ryan Deeter Danny Diekroeger Kenny Diekroeger Joey Housey Dean McArdle Adam Nelubowich Collin Slaybaugh Kevin Swick Andrew Triggs

School UTAH UCLA STAN STAN ORE STAN WSU WSU USC USC

Year Sr. RSo. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. RSo. So. So. Grad.

GPA 3.63 3.90 3.71 3.59 3.89 3.58 3.63 4.00 3.77 3.57

Major Exercise and Sport Science Math/Economics Management Science and Engineering Management Science and Engineering Economics History Finance Movement Studies Business MBA

SECOND TEAM Name Sahil Bloom Adam Cimber Anthony Drobnick Johnny Field Deven Marrero Joe Meggs Jason Monda Aaron Payne Joe Pond Zack Reser

School STAN WASH WSU ARIZ ASU WASH WSU ORE UTAH OSU

Year Jr. Jr. RJr. So. Jr. RJr. So. So. Jr. RFr.

GPA 3.50 3.52 3.45 3.57 3.51 3.45 3.61 3.57 3.56 3.48

Major Sociology/Economics History Finance Undeclared Criminal Justice Economics Undeclared Human Physiology Finance Business

Name Beau Amaral (2) Mark Appel Taylor Ard (2) David Berg Bobby Brown Michael Conforto Joey DeMichele (2) Johnny Field Jeff Gelalich Scott Griggs Tyler Heineman Kurt Heyer (2) Derek Jones Alex Keudell Deven Marrero (2) Alex Mejia (2) Seth Mejias-Brean Stephen Piscotty (2) Adam Plutko (2) Robert Refsnyder (2) Tony Renda (3) Brady Rodgers Jimmie Sherfy Tyler Smith Trevor Williams

School UCLA STAN WSU UCLA ARIZ OSU ASU ARIZ UCLA UCLA UCLA ARIZ WSU ORE ASU ARIZ ARIZ STAN UCLA ARIZ CAL ASU ORE OSU ASU

Pos. OF RHP 1B RHP DH OF 2B OF OF RHP C RHP OF RHP SS SS 3B 3B RHP OF 2B RHP RHP SS RHP

Yr. Jr. Jr. RJr. Fr. RSr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So.

Hometown Huntington Beach, Calif. Houston, Tex. Vancouver, Wash. Covina, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Woodinville, Wash. Phoenix, Ariz. Las Vegas, Nev. La Verne, Calif. Alamo, Calif. Pacific Palisades, Calif. Huntington Beach, Calif. Snohomish, Wash. Portland, Ore. Davie, Fla. Sylmar. Calif. Tucson, Ariz. Pleasanton, Calif. Glendora, Calif. Laguna Hills, Calif. Hillsborough, Calif. Richmond, Tex. Camarillo, Calif. Thousand Oaks, Calif. San Diego, Calif.

(2) Second All-Conference Selection, (3) Third All-Conference Selection

All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention Chase Anselment Andrew Aplin Jake Barrett Alex Blandino James Brooks Dan Child Ryan Deeter Mitch Delfino Ryan Dunn Matt Flemer Matt Foat Josh Fredendall Jace Fry Ryon Healy Aaron Jones

WASH ASU ASU STAN UTAH OSU UCLA CAL OSU CAL USC WASH OSU ORE ORE

DH Jr. Jacob Lamb OF Jr. James McDonald RHP Jr. Parker Morin 3B Fr. Aaron Payne SS Sr. Brian Ragira RHP So. Jayce Ray RHP RSo. Jake Reed 1B Jr. Joey Rickard 3B Sr. Jake Rodriguez RHP Sr. Max Rossiter 1B Sr. Abe Ruiz RHP Jr. Eric Smith LHP Jr. Stephen Tarpley 1B So. Austin Wilson OF So.

WASH ASU UTAH ORE STAN WASH ORE ARIZ OSU ASU ASU STAN USC STAN

3B DH C 2B 1B OF RHP OF C C 1B C LHP OF

Jr. So. Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So.

HONORABLE MENTION: Ty Afenir (WASH), Mark Appel (STAN), Taylor Ard (WSU), Ryan Barnes (OSU), Augey Bill (ARIZ), Jeff Brigham (WASH), James Brooks (UTAH), Derek Campbell (CAL), Josh Chapman (UTAH), Patrick Claussen (WSU), Kasey Coffman (ASU), Joey DeMichele (ASU), Brandon Dixon (ARIZ), Joey Donofrio (CAL), Brett Michael Doran (STAN), Ryon Healy (ORE), Tyler Heineman (UCLA), Garret Houts (USC), Cory Hunt (UTAH), Kyle Johnson (WSU), Derek Jones (WSU), Lonnie Kauppila (STAN), Andrew Knapp (CAL), Vincent Littleman (ARIZ), Joseph Lopez (ASU), Michael Lowden (CAL), Seth Mejias-Brean (ARIZ), Nick Palewicz (WASH), Kyle Porter (CAL), Brian Ragira (STAN), Tyler Relf (UTAH), Jake Rodriguez (OSU), Max Rossiter (ASU), Kevin Roundtree (USC), Kevin Shepherd (ORE), Taylor Starr (OSU), John Tommasini (OSU), Martin Viramontes (USC), Zack Weiss (UCLA, Ben Wetzler (OSU).

2012 Pitchers and Players of the Week Date Feb. 21 Feb. 28 March 6 March 13 March 19 March 26 April 2 April 9 April 16 April 23 April 30 May 7 May 14 May 21 May 28

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Player Abe Ruiz (ASU) Jeff Gelalich (UCLA) Joey DeMichele (ASU) Jeff Gelalich (UCLA) Seth Mejias-Brean (ARIZ) Beau Amaral (UCLA) Derek Jones (WSU) Brett Thomas (ORE) Beau Amaral (UCLA) Alex Blandino (STAN) Aaron Payne (ORE) Aaron Payne (ORE) Johnny Field (ARIZ) Danny Hayes (OSU) Johnny Field (ARIZ)

Pitcher Jimmie Sherfy (ORE) Mark Appel (STAN) Kurt Heyer (ARIZ) Adam Plutko (UCLA) Grant Watson (UCLA) Brady Rodgers (ASU) Konner Wade (ARIZ) Alex Keudell (ORE) Alex Keudell (ORE) Jace Fry (OSU) Trevor Williams (ASU) Adam Plutko (UCLA) Kurt Heyer (ARIZ) Mark Appel (STAN) Kurt Heyer (ARIZ)


2012 CONFERENCE REVIEW

Team Batting AVG .329 .304 .293 .292 .292 .287 .284 .280 .272 .265 .246

Arizona UCLA Arizona State California Stanford Washington State Washington Oregon State USC Oregon Utah

G 65 64 56 54 59 56 55 60 55 65 56

AB 2296 2135 1904 1880 2103 1947 1818 2011 1839 2119 1880

R 478 394 339 296 395 315 269 370 242 304 211

H 756 650 558 549 614 559 517 564 500 562 462

2B 132 89 113 104 124 108 84 114 73 95 93

3B 35 16 23 5 12 17 10 10 6 20 8

HR 23 23 42 32 47 30 22 34 15 29 28

RBI TB 432 1027 347 840 321 843 267 759 361 903 287 791 230 687 335 800 219 630 266 784 200 655

SLG .447 .393 .443 .404 .429 .406 .378 .398 .343 .370 .348

BB 234 228 200 166 219 187 160 263 179 245 150

HBP 64 96 63 50 78 80 66 85 69 77 47

SO 318 341 285 260 365 359 309 357 332 400 434

GDP 37 46 26 24 39 33 43 43 48 25 36

OBP .400 .391 .374 .360 .375 .370 .359 .382 .356 .359 .315

3B 8 4 13 16 13 8 29 22 12 12 21

HR 20 33 21 20 19 24 17 17 24 28 25

AB 2063 2085 1854 1983 1801 2060 2298 1857 1822 1920 1913

SF 42 30 27 28 32 20 23 26 12 24 16

SH 76 64 17 62 30 33 69 82 50 88 43

SB 85 62 60 39 38 74 31 40 43 73 19

ATT 123 97 84 55 49 101 58 58 72 117 36

WP HBP 35 82 23 48 26 50 46 58 33 48 41 73 29 70 14 54 35 60 51 52 64 60

BK 8 3 5 4 8 2 10 4 2 3 11

OAV .225 .241 .245 .261 .249 .251 .257 .269 .270 .305 .316

Team Pitching Oregon UCLA Arizona State Oregon State Washington Stanford Arizona USC California Washington State Utah

ERA 2.99 3.13 3.19 3.48 3.62 3.66 3.70 3.71 3.98 4.74 5.20

W-L 46-19 48-16 36-20 40-20 29-25 41-18 48-17 23-31 29-25 28-28 14-42

G 65 64 56 60 55 59 65 55 54 56 56

CG SHO/CBO SV 7 6/2 22 2 6/4 16 5 6/4 12 5 5/3 16 1 8/7 13 5 3/2 12 16 4/1 10 3 1/1 8 2 5/4 12 1 4/4 10 0 3/3 4

IP 584.1 569.0 499.0 533.1 485.0 539.0 586.0 483.1 484.1 494.0 490.0

H 464 502 455 518 448 516 577 500 492 585 604

R 226 235 216 265 229 265 291 256 270 294 340

ER 194 198 177 206 195 219 241 199 214 260 283

BB 243 238 129 205 144 208 168 195 161 199 212

SO 439 436 357 399 327 416 443 351 309 273 330

2B 68 90 62 86 93 93 98 78 66 118 88

Team Defense C 2557 2066 2195 2405 2460 2166 2577 2122 2262 2296 2170

Oregon Washington Washington State UCLA Oregon State Utah Arizona USC Arizona State Stanford California

PO 1753 1455 1482 1707 1600 1470 1758 1450 1497 1617 1453

A 749 565 664 640 798 630 739 605 691 600 620

E 55 46 49 58 62 66 80 67 74 79 97

FLD% .978 .978 .978 .976 .975 .970 .969 .968 .967 .966 .955

DPs 57 27 64 55 62 45 57 43 42 37 52

CS 28 22 25 27 37 40 20 26 21 17 12

ATT 53 54 52 59 67 104 62 72 65 45 53

*PCT .528 .407 .481 .458 .552 .385 .323 .361 .323 .378 .226

PB 9 8 19 10 21 9 24 8 6 20 2

CI 2 0 2 0 2 0 6 1 0 2 3

*indicates percentage that team threw out opposing base stealers

Individual Batting (minimum 3.0 TPA/team game) Player Johnny Field, ARIZ Robert Refsnyder, ARIZ Alex Mejia, ARIZ Seth Mejias-Brean, ARIZ Mitch Delfino, CAL Jeff Gelalich, UCLA Michael Conforto, OSU Bobby Brown, ARIZ Tyler Smith, OSU Tony Renda, CAL Joey DeMichele, ASU Derek Jones, WSU Cody Keefer, UCLA Taylor Ard, WSU Tyler Heineman, UCLA

AVG .370 .364 .357 .356 .353 .351 .349 .348 .343 .338 .336 .335 .333 .332 .332

GP-GS 65-65 65-65 65-65 65-65 52-51 64-64 58-56 55-50 58-55 54-53 56-56 55-55 63-63 55-55 59-59

AB 257 258 272 264 201 245 218 207 213 219 217 209 240 220 211

R 72 64 54 57 28 56 45 44 46 41 50 43 44 41 42

H 95 94 97 94 71 86 76 72 73 74 73 70 80 73 70

2B 3B 18 7 19 4 12 6 22 4 11 0 10 1 14 1 13 7 11 2 16 0 14 7 17 3 12 1 16 1 7 1

HR 3 8 3 1 5 11 13 5 1 5 6 9 0 12 1

RBI 44 66 54 61 38 48 76 59 39 27 47 45 37 50 27

TB 136 145 130 127 97 131 131 114 91 105 119 120 94 127 82

SLG .529 .562 .478 .481 .483 .535 .601 .551 .427 .479 .548 .574 .392 .577 .389

BB 43 34 14 22 18 34 24 19 30 29 19 31 31 25 22

HBP 11 11 7 3 4 8 12 0 6 8 7 8 6 8 18

SO GDP 28 3 26 13 22 2 23 7 26 2 45 4 37 5 36 0 31 7 18 0 31 1 45 3 36 3 24 7 14 3

OBP .476 .453 .392 .402 .412 .444 .438 .401 .434 .432 .398 .438 .418 .412 .435

SF 2 4 8 7 3 1 2 1 2 1 6 1 3 4 2

SH 8 3 15 2 5 0 2 2 17 1 0 0 7 0 18

SB 11 14 8 10 0 16 1 7 9 16 12 11 7 3 3

ATT 19 18 14 14 1 21 2 7 11 19 16 13 15 3 5

OAV .165 .227 .256 .225 .230 .258 .216 .215 .249 .213 .235 .244 .230

WP 1 2 2 1 6 7 5 2 5 6 5 4 4

HBP 9 6 11 11 16 8 9 6 5 10 7 11 17

BK 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

Individual Pitching (minimum 1.0 IP/team game) Player David Berg, UCLA Trevor Williams, ASU Kurt Heyer, ARIZ Brady Rodgers, ASU Alex Keudell, ORE Joe Pistorese, WSU Jace Fry, OSU Adam Plutko, UCLA Aaron West, WASH Mark Appel, STAN A.J. Vanegas, STAN Matt Flemer, CAL Jake Reed, ORE

ERA 1.46 2.05 2.24 2.27 2.38 2.44 2.45 2.48 2.53 2.56 2.62 2.74 2.92

W-L 5-3 12-2 13-2 10-3 11-5 4-3 5-3 12-3 6-5 10-2 4-0 7-5 8-4

APP 50 16 19 15 18 15 13 18 17 16 21 16 17

GS CG 0 0 15 2 19 7 15 3 17 3 12 0 13 3 18 2 16 1 16 5 5 0 15 1 17 1

SHO/CBO SV 0/2 1 2/1 0 1/0 0 0/1 0 1/1 0 0/1 0 1/0 0 2/3 0 1/3 1 1/0 0 0/1 5 0/2 0 0/1 0

IP 74.0 109.2 153.0 115.0 124.2 66.1 88.1 119.2 96.0 123.0 65.1 111.2 114.0

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H 42 90 151 94 103 61 68 91 89 97 56 99 91

R 14 33 55 36 42 24 35 35 29 39 22 42 41

ER 12 25 38 29 33 18 24 33 27 35 19 34 37

BB 17 13 28 16 30 29 35 47 18 30 37 15 42

SO 63 59 113 79 74 39 53 99 65 130 53 66 67

2B 3B HR 10 0 2 13 1 7 19 4 3 10 1 3 19 3 2 14 1 1 5 1 1 13 2 7 18 2 2 18 2 3 11 1 1 15 4 4 7 1 3


2012 FINAL POLLS AND AWARDS BASEBALL AMERICA No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

ESPN/USA TODAY

School Arizona South Carolina Florida Florida State UCLA Arkansas Stony Brook Kent State LSU Baylor Oregon N.C. State Stanford Oklahoma St. John’s TCU North Carolina Rice Texas A&M Kentucky Cal State Fullerton Mississippi State Purdue Oregon State Virginia

Record 48-17 49-20 47-20 50-17 48-16 46-22 52-15 47-20 47-18 49-17 46-19 43-20 41-18 42-25 40-23 40-22 46-16 41-19 43-18 45-18 36-21 40-24 45-14 40-20 39-19-1

COLLEGIATE BASEBALL No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

School Arizona South Carolina Arkansas Florida State UCLA Kent State Florida Stony Brook LSU Baylor Oregon N.C. State Oklahoma Stanford St. John’s TCU North Carolina Rice Texas A&M Arizona State Kentucky Cal State Fullerton Purdue Mississippi State Oregon State UCF Virginia Pepperdine Appalachian State Louisville

Pac-12 vs. Ranked Teams* Arizona 11-8 Arizona State 7-12 California 6-16 Oregon 13-6 Oregon State 10-8 Stanford 14-7 UCLA 15-8 USC 3-17 Utah 3-15 Washington 5-13 Washington State 7-12 TOTAL 94-122

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

PERFECT GAME USA

School Arizona South Carolina Arkansas Florida State UCLA Florida Kent State Stony Brook Baylor Oregon LSU Stanford N.C. State Oklahoma TCU St. John’s North Carolina Texas A&M Kentucky Rice Purdue Oregon State Virginia UCF Vanderbilt

Record 48-17 49-20 46-22 50-17 48-16 47-20 47-20 52-15 49-17 46-19 47-18 41-18 43-20 42-25 40-22 40-23 46-16 43-18 45-18 41-19 45-14 40-20 39-19-1 45-17 35-28

Pts. 775 744 693 678 649 603 578 543 515 481 434 399 377 350 318 312 246 170 166 145 139 126 104 87 82

Pts. 498 494 492 491 489 488 486 482 480 477 475 473 470 466 465 464 463 461 459 458 456 454 453 451 448 447 445 443 441 439

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

School Arizona South Carolina Arkansas Florida State UCLA Florida Kent State Stony Brook Baylor LSU Oregon Stanford N.C. State Oklahoma North Carolina TCU St. John’s Rice Texas A&M Kentucky UCF Oregon State Purdue Virginia Cal State Fullerton Arizona State Vanderbilt Louisville Utah Valley Mississippi State

Record 48-17 49-20 46-22 50-17 48-16 47-20 47-20 52-15 49-17 47-18 46-19 41-18 43-20 42-25 46-16 40-22 40-23 41-19 43-18 45-18 45-17 40-20 45-14 39-19-1 36-21 36-20 35-28 41-22 47-12 40-24

1-0 3-7 6-0 8-0 7-1 2-0 5-6 10-4 42-20

Conference USA Great West Independent Ivy League Mid-American Missouri Valley Mountain West Ohio Valley Patriot League

Record 48-17 49-20 50-17 48-16 46-22 47-20 47-20 52-15 49-17 46-19 47-18 43-20 41-18 40-22 42-25 40-23 36-20 46-16 41-19 43-18 45-18 40-24 40-20 35-28 45-14

BEAU AMARAL (OF, Jr.) -All-Pac-12 Conference Team -Division I Rawlings Gold Glove Team -Pac-12 Player of the Week (March 26, April 16)

DAVID BERG (RHP, Fr.) -Perfect Game USA All-America, second team -Baseball America Fr. All-America, first team -Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Fr. All-America -NCBWA Fr. All-America, second team -All-Pac-12 Conference Team

RYAN DEETER (RHP, RSo.) -All-Pac-12 Conference Team, honorable mention -Pac-12 All-Academic, first team -Capital One Academic All-District VIII Team

JEFF GELALICH (OF, Jr.) -Baseball America All-America, first team -Perfect Game USA All-America, second team -All-Pac-12 Conference Team -ABCA All-West Region, first team -Pac-12 Player of the Week (February 29, March 13)

SCOTT GRIGGS (RHP, Jr.) -Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball All-America, third team -NCBWA All-America, second team -All-Pac-12 Conference Team -ABCA All-West Region, first team

TYLER HEINEMAN (C, Jr.)

Pac-12 vs. Other Conferences America East ACC Atlantic 10 Atlantic Sun Big East Big South Big Ten Big 12 Big West

School Arizona South Carolina Florida State UCLA Arkansas Florida Kent State Stony Brook Baylor Oregon LSU N.C. State Stanford TCU Oklahoma St. John’s Arizona State North Carolina Rice Texas A&M Kentucky Mississippi State Oregon State Vanderbilt Purdue

2012 Honors and Awards

NCBWA Record 48-17 49-20 46-22 50-17 48-16 47-20 47-20 52-15 47-18 49-17 46-19 43-20 42-25 41-18 40-23 40-22 46-16 41-19 43-18 36-20 45-18 36-21 45-14 40-24 40-20 45-17 39-19-1 36-23 41-18 41-22

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

4-4 5-4 19-6 4-0 12-2 3-0 8-6 2-0 3-0

Southeastern 14-5 Southland 0-3 SWAC 4-0 Summit League 3-1 Sun Belt 1-0 WAC 13-8 West Coast 31-13 TOTAL 210-90 (.700)

-All-Pac-12 Conference Team -ABCA All-West Region, first team

ADAM PLUTKO (RHP, So.) -Baseball America All-America, third team -Perfect Game USA All-America, second team -All-Pac-12 Conference Team -ABCA All-West Region, second team -Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week (March 13, May 7)

GRANT WATSON (LHP, Fr.) -Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Fr. All-America -Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week (March 20)

*Baseball America ranking

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2013 OPPONENTS ARIZONA May 10-12 (at UCLA) 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m.

ARIZONA STATE March 28-30 (at ASU) 6:30 p.m., 6 p.m., 12:30 p.m.

BAYLOR Feb. 22-24 (at Baylor) 4:35 p.m. PT, 1:05 p.m. PT, 11:05 a.m. PT

CAL STATE FULLERTON April 2 (at UCLA), May 14 (at CSF) 6 p.m., 6 p.m.

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE March 12 (at CSUN), May 7 (at UCLA) 3 p.m., 6 p.m.

CALIFORNIA March 22-24 (at UCLA) 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m.

HAWAII April 9 (at UCLA) 6 p.m.

LONG BEACH STATE March 5 (at LBSU), April 23 (at UCLA) 6:30 p.m., 6 p.m.

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT April 12-14 (at UCLA) 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m.

MINNESOTA Feb. 15-17 (at UCLA) 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m.

NOTRE DAME March 8 (at UCLA) 6 p.m.

OKLAHOMA March 9 (at UCLA) 2 p.m.

OREGON April 19-21 (at Oregon) 6 p.m., 5 p.m., 12 p.m.

OREGON STATE April 5-7 (at UCLA) 7 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m.

STANFORD May 24-26 (at Stanford) 5:30 p.m., 7 p.m., 2 p.m.

UC IRVINE April 16 (at UCI), April 30 (at UCLA) 6:30 p.m., 6 p.m.

UC SANTA BARBARA Feb. 19 (at UCSB), May 21 (at UCLA) 2 p.m., 6 p.m.

USC TROJANS March 10 (at UCLA), 3 p.m. May 17-19 (at USC), 7/2/1 p.m.

UTAH UTES May 3-5 (at UCLA) 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m.

WASHINGTON March 15-17 (at UCLA) 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m.

WASHINGTON STATE April 26-28 (at WSU) 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 12 p.m.

WRIGHT STATE March 1-3 (at UCLA) 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m.

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2013 OPPONENTS

ARIZONA WILDCATS

ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS

May 10-12 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium Game Times – 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. 2012 Series (Split, 2-2) ARIZ 4, UCLA 3 (4/13/12); UCLA 15, ARIZ 3 (4/14/12) 2) UCLA 6, ARIZ 2 (4/15/12); ARIZ 4, UCLA 0 (6/17/12)

March 28-30 at Arizona State’s Packard Stadium Game Times – 6:30 p.m., 6 p.m., 12:30 p.m. m. 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 2-1) UCLA 6, Arizona State 5 (3/16/12) Arizona State 4, UCLA 3 (3/18/12) UCLA 4, Arizona State 2 (3/18/12) Andy Lopez

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Tucson, Ariz. Enrollment 40,200 Nickname Wildcats Colors Cardinal and Navy Home Field Hi Corbett Field Capacity 9,500 Conference Pac-12 President Dr. Ann Weaver Hart Athletic Director Greg Byrne

Johnny Field

Tim Esmay

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Andy Lopez (UCLA, ’75) Record (at Arizona) 403-246-1 (11 years) Overall Record 1,090-664-7 (30 years) Assistant Coaches Shaun Cole, Matt Siegel, Josh Garcia Baseball Office Phone (520) 621-4102

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 121-114-2 since 1950) Last UCLA Sweep 2000 (May 13-15) Last Arizona Sweep 2005 (April 1-3) Most Runs Scored 28 (3/22/86) 2012 SEASON 20 (5/8/04) Overall Record 48-17 Most Runs Allowed 23 (W, 28-5, 3/22/86) Pac-12 Record 20-10 Margin of Victory 18 (L, 18-0, 3/3/75) Pac-12 Finish t-1st Margin of Defeat Postseason NCAA Champions SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 18/15 Baseball SID Blair Willis SID Phone (520) 621-0914 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (520) 621-2681 Pac-12 Titles (Last) 4 (2012) SID Fax bmw23@arizona.edu NCAA Tournaments (Last) 37 (2012) SID E-mail (520) 621-4440 College World Series Trips (Last) 16 (2012) Press Box Phone

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Tempe, Ariz. Enrollment 72,250 Nickname Sun Devils Colors Maroon and Gold Home Field Packard Stadium Capacity 3,879 Conference Pac-12 President Dr. Michael Crow Athletic Director Steve Patterson

SERIES HISTORY (ASU leads, 110-67) Last UCLA Sweep 1999 (April 16-18) Last ASU Sweep 2010 (April 30-May 2) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 19 (3/4/79) Overall Record 36-20 Most Runs Allowed 21 (5/1/88) Pac-12 Record 18-12 Margin of Victory 17 (W, 19-2, 3/4/79) Pac-12 Finish t-4th Margin of Defeat 16 (L, 17-1, 4/19/03) Postseason Ineligible due to NCAA Sanctions SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 18/12 Baseball SID Thomas Lenneberg CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (480) 965-6594 Pac-12 Titles (Last) 10 (2010) SID Fax (480) 965-5408 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 35 (2011) SID E-mail thomas.lenneberg@asu.edu College World Series trips (Last) 22 (2010) Press Box Phone (480) 727-7253

BAYLOR BEARS

CAL STATE FULLERTON TITANS

Feb. 22-24 at Baylor’s Baylor Ballpark Game Times (CT) – 6:35 p.m., 3:35 p.m., 1:05 p.m. 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 2-1) Baylor 15, UCLA 3 (2/24/12) UCLA 9, Baylor 3 (2/25/12) UCLA 8, Baylor 6 (2/26/12)

April 2 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (6 p.m.) May 14 at CSF’s Goodwin Field (6 p.m.) 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 2-0) UCLA 4, Cal State Fullerton 2 (4/10/12) UCLA 6, Cal State Fullerton 3 (5/15/12) Steve Smith

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Waco, Texas Enrollment 15,364 Nickname Bears Colors Green and Gold Home Field Baylor Ballpark at Ferrell Field Capacity 5,000 Conference Big 12 President Ken Starr Athletic Director Ian McCaw

Cal Towey

Rick Vanderhook

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Steve Smith (Baylor, ’86) Record (at Baylor) 668-432-1 (18 years) Overall Record 668-432-1 (18 years) Assistant Coaches Steve Johnigan Trevor Mote, Gregg Glime Baseball Office Phone (254) 710-3029

SERIES HISTORY (Tied, 2-2) Baylor 5, UCLA 1 2/28/09 (Houston, TX) Baylor 15, UCLA 3 2/24/12 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 9, Baylor 3 2/25/12 (Los Angeles, CA) 2012 SEASON Overall Record 49-17 UCLA 8, Baylor 6 2/26/12 (Los Angeles, CA) Big 12 Record 20-4 Big 12 Finish 1st Postseason 1-2 at Waco Super Regional SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 20/9 Baseball SID TBA SID Phone (254) 710-3784 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (254) 710-1369 Big 12 Titles (Last) 5 (2012) SID Fax TBA NCAA Tournaments (Last) 18 (2012) SID E-mail (254) 754-5546 College World Series Trips (Last) 3 (2005) Press Box Phone

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Fullerton, Calif. Enrollment 36,000 Nickname Titans Colors Navy, Orange and White Home Field Goodwin Field Capacity 3,500 Conference Big West President Dr. Mildred Garcia Athletic Director Jim Donovan

March 12 at CSUN’s Matador Field (3 p.m.) May 7 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (6 p.m.) 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 2-0) UCLA 19, CSUN 7 (2/21/12) UCLA 12, CSUN 4 (4/17/12)

Michael Lorenzen

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Rick Vanderhook (Trinity Univ., ’03) Record (at CS Fullerton) 36-21 (1 year) Overall Record 36-21 (1 year) Assistant Coaches Mike Kirby, Jason Dietrich, Chad Baum Baseball Office Phone (657) 278-3789

SERIES HISTORY (CSF leads, 61-30-2) Last UCLA Sweep 2012 (April 10, May 15) Last CS Fullerton Sweep 2006 (March 24-26) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 16 (twice) Overall Record 36-21 Most Runs Allowed 19 (4/22/98) Big West Record 17-7 Margin of Victory 10 (W, 16-6, 2/16/82) Big West Finish 1st Margin of Defeat 15 (L, 16-1, 2/22/84) Postseason 1-2 at Eugene Regional SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 22/7 Baseball SID Andria Wenzel CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (657) 278-3970 Conference Titles (Last) 26 (2012) SID Fax (657) 278-3141 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 34 (2012) SID E-mail awenzel@fullerton.edu College World Series Titles (Last) 4 (2004) Press Box Phone (657) 278-5327

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE MATADORS

CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS March 22-24 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium Game Times – 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m. 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 2-1) UCLA 7, California 2 (5/18/12) UCLA 8, California 5 (5/19/12) California 6, UCLA 5 (5/20/12)

Matt Curtis

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Northridge, Calif. Enrollment 37,000 Nickname Matadors Colors Red, White and Black Home Field Matador Field Capacity 1,000 Conference Big West President Dr. Dianne F. Harrison Athletic Director TBA

Trevor Williams

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Tim Esmay (Arizona State, ’88) Record (at ASU) 131-48 (3 years) Overall Record 344-283-1 (11 years) Assistant Coaches Ken Knutson, Mike Benjamin, Greg Bordes Baseball Office Phone (480) 965-3677

Jerry Keel

David Esquer

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Matt Curtis (Fresno State, ’99) Record (at CSUN) 46-63 (2 years) Overall Record 46-63 (2 years) Assistant Coaches Sergio Brown, Sam Peraza Baseball Office Phone (818) 677-6652

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 31-27-1) Last UCLA Sweep 2012 (Feb. 21, April 17) Last CSUN Sweep 1998 (March 20-21) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 22 (2/26/08) Overall Record 23-30 Most Runs Allowed 15 (4/17/91) Big West Record 10-14 Margin of Victory 20 (W, 22-2, 2/26/08) Big West Finish t-6th Margin of Defeat 14 (L, 15-1, 4/17/91) Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 19/8 Baseball SID Kevin Strauss CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (818) 677-3860 Conference Titles (Last) 12 (2002) SID Fax (818) 677-4950 NCAA Tournaments (Last) N/A SID E-mail kevin.strauss@csun.edu College World Series Trips (Last) None (D-1) Press Box Phone Strauss’ Cell (909) 730-2076

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Berkeley, Calif. Enrollment 35,409 Nickname Golden Bears Colors Blue and Gold Home Field Evans Diamond Capacity 2,500 Conference Pac-12 Chancellor Dr. Nicholas Dirks Athletic Director Sandy Barbour

Andrew Knapp

COACHING STAFF Head Coach David Esquer (Stanford, ’87) Record (at California) 383-338-2 (13 years) Overall Record 383-338-2 (13 years) Assistant Coaches Tony Arnerich, Mike Neu, Rueben Noriega Baseball Office Phone (510) 643-6006

SERIES HISTORY (Tied, 170-170) Last UCLA Sweep 2010 (May 21-23) Last California Sweep 1991 (April 12-14) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 20 (4/23/83) Overall Record 29-25 Most Runs Allowed 18 (4/14/79) Pac-12 Record 12-18 Margin of Victory 17 (W, 19-2, 4/6/02) Pac-12 Finish 8th Margin of Defeat 14 (L, 16-2, 2/22/91) Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 10/9 Baseball SID Scott Ball CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (510) 643-1741 Pac-12 Titles (Last) 1 (1980) SID Fax (510) 643-7778 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 12 (2011) SID E-mail sball@berkeley.edu College World Series Trips (Last) 6 (2011) Press Box Phone (510) 642-3098

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2013 OPPONENTS

HAWAII RAINBOWS

LONG BEACH STATE 49ERS

April 9 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (6 p.m.) Series History Hawaii leads, 31-25 Last Meeting: Feb. 9, 2003 Hawaii 8, UCLA 3 (at Hawaii)

March 5 at Long Beach State’s Blair Field (6 p.m.) April 23 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (6 p.m.) 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 2-0) UCLA 9, LBSU 1 (2/28/12) UCLA 2, LBSU 1 (5/1/12) Mike Trapasso

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Honolulu, Hawaii Enrollment 20,000 Nickname Rainbows Colors Green, Black, White and Silver Home Field Les Murakami Stadium Capacity 4,312 Conference Big West President M.R.C. Greenwood Athletic Director Ben Jay

Pi’ikea Kitamura

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Mike Trapasso (Oklahoma St., ’87) Record (at Hawaii) 344-294 (11 years) Overall Record 344-294 (11 years) Assistant Coaches Chad Konishi, Rusty McNamara, Carl Fraticelli Baseball Office Phone (808) 956-6247

SERIES HISTORY (Hawaii leads, 31-25) Last UCLA Sweep 2000 (Feb. 3-5) Last Hawaii Sweep 2002 (Feb. 15-17) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 23 (1/23/97) Overall Record 30-25 Most Runs Allowed 14 (1/30/98) WAC Record 10-8 Margin of Victory 13 (W, 16-3, 2/2/01) WAC Finish 4th Margin of Defeat 9 (L, 14-5, 1/30/98) Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 15/18 Baseball SID John Barry CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (808) 956-7506 WAC Titles (Last) 3 (2011) SID Fax (808) 956-4470 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 13 (2010) SID E-mail jbarry@hawaii.edu College World Series Trips (Last) 1 (1980) Press Box Phone (808) 956-6253

Troy Buckley

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Long Beach, Calif. Enrollment 33,419 Nickname Dirtbags Colors Black and Gold Home Field Blair Field Capacity 3,000 Conference Big West President Dr. F. King Alexander Athletic Director Vic Cegles

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 58-39) Last UCLA Sweep 2012 (Feb. 28, May 1) Last LBSU Sweep 2008 (March 21-22) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 22 (4/12/78) Overall Record 28-27 Most Runs Allowed 21 (3/3/98) Big West Record 15-9 Margin of Victory 22 (W, 22-0, 4/12/78) Big West Finish 3rd Margin of Defeat 16 (L, 21-5, 3/3/98) Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 19/12 Baseball SID Roger Kirk CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (562) 985-7565 Big West Titles (Last) 8 (2008) SID Fax (562) 985-1549 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 19 (2008) SID E-mail roger.kirk@csulb.edu College World Series trips (Last) 4 (1998) Press Box Phone (562) 433-8605

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LIONS

MINNESOTA GOLDEN GOPHERS

April 12-14 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium Game Times – 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m. Series History Tied, 45-45-1 Last meeting: May 10, 1992 LMU 10, UCLA 7 (at UCLA)

Feb. 15-17 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium Game Times – 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m. Series History UCLA leads, 3-1 Last meeting: March 2, 1997 UCLA 13, Minnesota 5 (at Minnesota) Jason Gill

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment 9,234 Nickname Lions Colors Crimson and Navy Home Field George C. Page Stadium Capacity 600 Conference West Coast President David W. Burcham Athletic Director Dr. William Husak

Colton Plaia

John Anderson

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Jason Gill (CS Fullerton, ’96) Record (at LMU) 110-114 (4 years) Overall Record 110-114 (4 years) Assistant Coaches Bryant Ward, Danny Ricabal, Steve Chatham Baseball Office Phone (310) 338-2765

SERIES HISTORY (Tied, 45-45-1) Last UCLA Sweep 2002 (Feb. 11, March 5) Last LMU Sweep 2005 (April 12, May 17) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 22 (4/1/80) Overall Record 27-27 Most Runs Allowed 23 (4/4/00) WCC Record 14-10 Margin of Victory 12 (twice, last on 2/14/97) WCC Finish t-3rd Margin of Defeat 11 (L, 23-12, 4/4/00) Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 20/9 Baseball SID Tyler Geivett CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (310) 338-7638 WCC Titles (Last) 6 (2000) SID Fax (310) 338-2703 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 8 (2000) SID E-mail Tyler.Geivett@lmu.edu College World Series Trips (Last) 1 (1986) Press Box Phone (310) 338-3046

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Minneapolis, Minn. Enrollment 50,833 Nickname Golden Gophers Maroon and Gold Colors Home Field HHH Metrodome/Siebert Field Capacity 63,699/1,420 Conference Big Ten Interim President Dr. Eric W. Kaler Athletic Director Norwood Teague

OKLAHOMA SOONERS

March 8 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (6 p.m.) Series History Tied, 1-1 Last Meeting: March 31, 1991 UCLA 6, ND 3 (at Minneapolis, MN)

March 9 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (2 p.m.) Series History Oklahoma leads, 7-6 Last Meeting: March 14, 2010 UCLA 5, Oklahoma 2 (at Corpus Christi, TX) Mik Aoki

2012 SEASON Overall Record Big East Record Big East Finish Postseason Letterwinners Ret/Lost

31-27 14-13 7th None 18/7

Tom Windle

COACHING STAFF John Anderson (Minnesota, ‘77) Head Coach Record (at Minnesota) 1,092-726-3 (31 years) Overall Record 1,092-726-3 (31 years) Assistant Coaches Rob Fornasiere, Todd Oakes, Tyler Oakes Baseball Office Phone (612) 625-1060

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 3-1) UCLA 2, MINN 0 4/4/87 (Minneapolis, MN) MINN 12, UCLA 4 3/19/89 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 7, MINN 4 3/29/91 (Minneapolis, MN) 2012 SEASON Overall Record 29-27 UCLA 13, MINN 5 3/2/97 (Minneapolis, MN) Big Ten Record 11-13 Big Ten Finish t-6th Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 22/7 Baseball SID Michelle Traen SID Phone (612) 624-0522 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (612) 625-0359 Big Ten Titles (Last) 18 (2010) SID Fax traen001@umn.edu NCAA Tournaments (Last) 30 (2010) SID E-mail N/A College World Series Trips (Last) 5 (1977) Press Box Phone

NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Notre Dame, Ind. Enrollment 8,372 Nickname Fighting Irish Colors Gold and Blue Home Field Frank Eck Stadium Capacity 2,500 Conference Big East President Rev. John I. Jenkins Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick

Juan Avila

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Troy Buckley (Santa Clara, ’90) Record (at LBSU) 57-54 (2 years) Overall Record 57-54 (2 years) Assistant Coaches Jesse Zepeda, Shawn Gilbert, Justin Ramsey Baseball Office Phone (562) 985-4661

Eric Jagielo

Sunny Golloway

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Mik Aoki (Davidson, ‘90) Record (at Oregon) 54-56-1 (2 years) Overall Record 264-319-2 (12 years) Assistant Coaches Jesse Woods, Chuck Ristano, Eddie Smith Baseball Office Phone (574) 631-6366 SERIES HISTORY (Tied, 1-1) ND 7, UCLA 2 4/4/61 (Los Angeles, CA) UCLA 6, ND 3 3/31/91 (Starkville, MS)

SPORTS INFORMATION Baseball SID Michael Bertsch SID Phone (574) 631-8642 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (574) 631-7941 Big East Titles (Last) 6 (2006) SID Fax mbertsc1@nd.edu NCAA Tournaments (Last) 21 (2006) SID E-mail (574) 631-9018 College World Series Trips (Last) 2 (2002) Press Box Phone

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Norman, Okla. Enrollment 30,754 Nickname Sooners Colors Crimson and Cream Home Field L. Dale Mitchell Park Capacity 3,180 Conference Big 12 President David Boren Athletic Director Joe Castiglione

Max White

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Sunny Golloway (Oklahoma Christian College, ‘84) Record (at Pepperdine) 303-160-1 (8 years) Overall Record 638-316-1 (16 years) Assistant Coaches Jack Giese, Aric Thomas, Rich Hills Baseball Office Phone (405) 325-8354

SERIES HISTORY (OU leads 7-6) Last UCLA Sweep 2004 (June 4-5) Last Oklahoma Sweep 2009 (March 6-8) Most Runs Scored 17 (6/5/04) 2012 SEASON 10 (5/24/92) Overall Record 42-25 Most Runs Allowed 10 (W, 17-7, 6/5/04) Big 12 Record 13-10 Margin of Victory 10 (L, 10-0, 5/24/92) Big 12 Finish 4th Margin of Defeat Postseason 0-2 at Columbia Super Regional SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 10/11 Baseball SID Mike Ashcraft SID Phone (405) 325-6449 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (405) 325-7623 Conference Titles (Last) 22 (1995) SID Fax ashcraft@ou.edu NCAA Tournaments (Last) 35 (2012) SID E-mail (405) 325-8363 College World Series Trips (Last) 10 (2010) Press Box Phone

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2013 OPPONENTS

OREGON DUCKS

OREGON STATE BEAVERS

April 19-21 at Oregon’s PK Park Game Times – 6 p.m., 5 p.m., 12:00 p.m. .m. 2012 Series (Oregon wins, 2-1) Oregon 6, UCLA 2 (4/5/12) Oregon 8, UCLA 3 (4/6/12) UCLA 8, Oregon 6 (4/7/12)

April 5-7 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium Game Times – 7 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m. 2012 Series (Oregon State wins, 2-1) 1) UCLA 4, Oregon State 0 (4/20/12) Oregon State 3, UCLA 0 (4/21/12) Oregon State 7, UCLA 6 (4/22/12) George Horton

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Eugene, Ore. Enrollment 23,389 Nickname Ducks Thunder Green and Lightning Yellow Colors Home Field PK Park Capacity 4,000 Conference Pac-12 Interim President Robert Berdahl Athletic Director Rob Mullens

Jimmie Sherfy

Pat Casey

COACHING STAFF George Horton (CS Fullerton, ‘78) Head Coach Record (at Oregon) 132-109-1 (4 years) Overall Record 848-374-2 (21 years) Assistant Coaches Mark Wasikowski, Jay Uhlman, Dean Stiles Baseball Office Phone (541) 346-5776

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 18-7) Last UCLA Sweep 2011 (May 6-8) Last Oregon Sweep None 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 18 (5/1/71) Overall Record 46-19 Most Runs Allowed 8 (twice, last 4/6/12) Pac-12 Record 19-11 Margin of Victory 17 (W, 18-1, 5/1/71) Pac-12 Finish 3rd Margin of Defeat 5 (L, 8-3, 4/6/12) Postseason 1-2 at Eugene Super Regional SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 19/13 Baseball SID Todd Miles CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (541) 346-0962 Pac-12 Titles (Last) 17 (1974) SID Fax (541) 346-5449 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 4 (2012) SID E-mail miles@uoregon.edu College World Series Trips (Last) 1 (1954) Press Box Phone (541) 346-6309

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Corvallis, Ore. Enrollment 23,761 Nickname Beavers Colors Orange and Black Home Field Goss Stadium Capacity 3,248 Conference Pac-12 President Dr. Edward Ray Athletic Director Bob De Carolis

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 33-25) Last UCLA Sweep 2000 (March 31-April 2) Last Oregon State Sweep 2005 (March 6-8) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 18 (4/1/00) Overall Record 40-20 Most Runs Allowed 19 (5/9/98) Pac-12 Record 18-12 Margin of Victory 15 (W, 15-0, 5/8/99) Pac-12 Finish t-4th Margin of Defeat 14 (L, 19-5, 5/9/98) Postseason 2-2 at Baton Rouge Regional SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 23/7 Baseball SID Hank Hager CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (541) 737-7472 Pac-12 Titles (Last) 5 (2006) SID Fax (541) 737-3072 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 12 (2012) SID E-mail hank.hager@oregonstate.edu College World Series Trips (Last) 4 (2007) Press Box Phone (541) 737-7475

STANFORD CARDINAL

UC IRVINE ANTEATERS

May 24-26 at Stanford’s Sunken Diamond Game Times – 5:30 p.m., 7 p.m., 2 p.m. 2012 Series (Stanford wins, 2-1) Stanford 7, UCLA 2 (4/27/12) UCLA 7, Stanford 4 (4/28/12) Stanford 7, UCLA 2 (4/29/12)

April 16 at UC Irvine’s Anteater Ballpark (6:30 p.m.) April 30 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (6 p.m.) 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 2-0) UCLA 9, UC Irvine 3 (4/24/12) UCLA 6, UC Irvine 2 (5/22/12) Mark Marquess

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Stanford, Calif. Enrollment 18,217 Nickname Cardinal Colors Cardinal and White Home Field Sunken Diamond Capacity 4,000 Conference Pac-12 President John Hennessy Athletic Director Bernard Muir 2012 SEASON Overall Record 41-18 Pac-12 Record 18-12 Pac-12 Finish t-4th Postseason 0-2 at Tallahassee Super Regional Letterwinners Ret/Lost 19/8 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Pac-12 Titles (Last) 20 (2004) NCAA Tournaments (Last) 31 (2012) College World Series Trips (Last) 16 (2008)

Mark Appel

Mike Gillespie

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Mark Marquess (Stanford, ’69) Record (at Stanford) 1,504-777-7 (36 years) Overall Record 1,504-777-7 (36 years) Assistant Coaches Dean Stotz, Rusty Filter, Brock Ungricht Baseball Office Phone (650) 723-4528 SERIES HISTORY (Stanford leads, 192-146) Last UCLA Sweep 2007 (March 30-April 1) Last Stanford Sweep 1998 (Feb. 20-22, March 28-30) Most Runs Scored 20 (twice, last 3/31/79) Most Runs Allowed 26 (Game 1, 1932) Margin of Victory 18 (W, 20-2, 3/31/79) Margin of Defeat 19 (L, 23-4, 2/21/98) SPORTS INFORMATION Baseball SID Alan George SID Phone (650) 725-2959 SID Fax (650) 725-2957 SID E-mail alan.george@stanford.edu Press Box Phone (650) 723-4629

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Irvine, Calif. Enrollment 27,000 Nickname Anteaters Colors Blue and Gold Home Field Anteater Ballpark Capacity 3,200 Conference Big West Chancellor Dr. Michael V. Drake Athletic Director Mike Izzi

Andrew Thurman

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Mike Gillespie (USC, ’62) Record (at UC Irvine) 200-97 (5 years) Overall Record 970-573-4 (25 years) Associate Head Coach Pat Shine Bob Macaluso, Danny Bibona Assistant Coaches Baseball Office Phone (949) 824-9521

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 47-28-1) 2012 (April, 16, April 30) Last UCLA Sweep Last UC Irvine Sweep 2004 (March 9, May 19) Most Runs Scored 18 (4/23/86) 2012 SEASON 11 (4/24/79) Overall Record 31-25 Most Runs Allowed 15 (W, 16-1, 2/19/79) Big West Record 13-11 Margin of Victory 3 (seven times, last 3/1/09) Big West Finish 4th Margin of Defeat Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 18/6 Baseball SID Fumi Kimura SID Phone (949) 824-9474 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (Div. I) (949) 824-5260 Big West Titles (Last) 1 (2009) SID Fax fkimura@uci.edu NCAA Tournaments (Last) 6 (2011) SID E-mail (949) 824-9905 College World Series trips (Last) 1 (2007) Press Box Phone

UC SANTA BARBARA GAUCHOS

USC TROJANS

Feb. 19 at UCSB’s Caesar Uyesaka Stadium (2 p.m.) May 21 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (6 pp.m.) Series History UCLA leads, 51-35 Last meeting: May 18, 2010 UCLA 6, UC Santa Barbara 2 (at UCLA)

March 10 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium (3 p.m.) May 17-19 at USC’s Dedeaux Field (7 p.m, 2 p.m., 1 p.m.) 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 4-0) UCLA 7, USC 2 (3/13); UCLA 3, USC 1 (5/25) UCLA 6, USC 5 (5/26); UCLA 7, USC 6 (5/27) Andrew Checketts Brandon Trinkwon

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Santa Barbara, Calif. Enrollment 21,685 Nickname Gauchos Colors Blue and Gold Home Field Caesar Uyesaka Stadium Capacity 1,000 Conference Big West Chancellor Dr. Henry T. Yang Athletic Director Mark Massari

Michael Conforto

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Pat Casey (George Fox, ‘90) Record (at OSU) 618-376-4 (18 years) Overall Record 789-485-5 (25 years) Assistant Coaches Pat Bailey Andy Jenkins, Nate Yeskie Baseball Office Phone (541) 737-0598

COACHING STAFF Andrew Checketts (Oregon St., ‘98) Head Coach Record (at UCSB) 28-28 (1 year) Overall Record 28-28 (1 year) Assistant Coaches Eddie Cornejo, Jason Hawkins Baseball Office Phone (805) 893-2021

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 51-35) Last UCLA Sweep 2010 (March 23, May 18) Last UCSB Sweep 2006 (April 25, May 9) Most Runs Scored 18 (4/30/02) 2012 SEASON 18 (twice, 4/8/86) Overall Record 28-28 Most Runs Allowed 15 (W, 15-0, 2/23/80) Big West Record 10-14 Margin of Victory 10 (L, 18-8, 2/15/74) Big West Finish t-6th Margin of Defeat Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 14/15 Baseball SID Andrew Wagner SID Phone (805) 893-8603 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (Div. I) (805) 893-5477 Big West Titles (Last) 2 (1986) SID Fax NCAA Tournaments (Last) 8 (2001) SID E-mail Andrew.Wagner@athletics.ucsb.edu N/A College World Series Trips (Last) None Press Box Phone

Frank Cruz

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment 33,500 Nickname Trojans Colors Cardinal and Gold Home Field Dedeaux Field Capacity 2,500 Conference Pac-12 President Dr. C.L. Max Nikias Athletic Director Pat Haden

Adam Landecker

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Frank Cruz (Pepperdine, ‘83) Record (at USC) 48-63 (2 years) Overall Record 377-419-3 (13 years) Assistant Coaches Dan Hubbs, Gabe Alvarez, Adam Dedeaux Baseball Office Phone (213) 740-5762

SERIES HISTORY (USC leads, 253-126) Last UCLA Sweep 2012 (Mar. 13, May 25-27) Last USC Sweep 2005 (April 8-10) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 18 (twice, last, 4/25/98) Overall Record 23-32 Most Runs Allowed 26 (2/23/02) Pac-12 Record 8-22 Margin of Victory 15 (W, 17-2, 3/23/09) Pac-12 Finish 10th Margin of Defeat 22 (L, 26-4, 2/23/02) Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 16/17 Baseball SID Rachel Caton CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (213) 740-3809 Pac-12 Titles (Last) 7 (2002) SID Fax (213) 740-7584 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 40 (2005) SID E-mail rcaton@usc.edu College World Series Trips (Last) 21 (2001) Press Box Phone (213) 748-3449

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2013 OPPONENTS

UTAH UTES

WASHINGTON HUSKIES

May 3-5 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium Game Times – 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m. 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 3-0) UCLA 16, Utah 0 (3/30/12) UCLA 9, Utah 6 (4/1/12) UCLA 5, Utah 1 (4/2/12)

March 15-17 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium Game Times – 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 1 p.m. 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 3-0) UCLA 2, Washington 0 (5/11/12) UCLA 11, Washington 3 (5/12/12) UCLA 4, Washington 2 (5/13/12) Bill Kinneberg

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollment 31,660 Nickname Utes Colors Crimson and White Home Field Spring Mobile Ballpark Capacity 15,500 Conference Pac-12 President David W. Pershing Athletic Director Dr. Chris Hill

Brock Duke

Lindsay Meggs

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Bill Kinneberg (Arizona, ’80) Record (at Utah) 221-267 (9 years) Overall Record 466-450 (17 years) Assistant Coaches Mike Crawford, Bryan Kinneberg, Pete Flores Baseball Office Phone (801) 581-3526

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 10-2) Last UCLA Sweep 2012 (March 30-April 2) Last Utah Sweep None 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 16 (3/30/12) Overall Record 14-42 Most Runs Allowed 9 (3/28/70) Pac-12 Record 7-23 Margin of Victory 16 (W, 16-0, 3/30/12) Pac-12 Finish 11th Margin of Defeat 3 (L, 7-4, 2/18/05) Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 15/9 Baseball SID Brooke Frederickson CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SID Phone (801) 581-8302 Conference Titles (Last) 4 (2009) SID Fax (801) 581-4358 NCAA Tournaments (Last) 4 (2009) SID E-mail bfrederickson@huntsman.utah.edu College World Series Trips (Last) 1 (1951) Press Box Phone N/A

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Seattle, Wash. Enrollment 42,570 Nickname Huskies Colors Purple and Gold Home Field Husky Ballpark Capacity 1,500 Conference Pac-12 President Michael K. Young Athletic Director Scott Woodward

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 41-17) Last UCLA Sweep 2012 (May 11-13) Last Washington Sweep 2005 (May 27-29) 2012 SEASON Most Runs Scored 17 (5/18/68) Overall Record 30-25 Most Runs Allowed 16 (twice, last, 5/29/05) Pac-10 Record 13-17 Margin of Victory 14 (W, 16-2, 5/2/70) Pac-10 Finish 7th Margin of Defeat 11 (twice, last, L 16-5, 5/29/05) Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 21/11 Baseball SID Jeff Bechthold SID Phone (206) 685-7910 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (206) 543-5000 Pac-12 Titles (Last) 18 (1998) SID Fax bechtold@uw.edu NCAA Tournaments (Last) 8 (2004) SID E-mail (206) 685-1994 College World Series Trips (Last) None Press Box Phone

WASHINGTON STATE COUGARS

WRIGHT STATE RAIDERS March 1-3 at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium Game Times – 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 10 a.m. m. Series History first meeting

April 26-28 at WSU’s Bailey-Brayton Field Game Times – 6 p.m., 2 p.m., 12 p.m. 2012 Series (UCLA wins, 2-1) UCLA 12, Washington State 3 (3/23/12) UCLA 12, Washington State 3 (2/24/12) Washington State 10, UCLA 4 (3/25/12) Donnie Marbut

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Pullman, Wash. Enrollment 20,060 Nickname Cougars Colors Crimson and Gray Home Field Bailey-Brayton Field Capacity 3,500 Conference Pac-12 President Dr. Elson S. Floyd Athletic Director Bill Moos

Austin Voth

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Lindsay Meggs (UCLA, ’85) Record (at Washington) 75-90 (3 years) Overall Record 690-397-4 (19 years) Assistant Coaches Jason Kelly, Jordon Twohig, Tanner Swanson Baseball Office Phone (206) 543-9365

Rob Cooper

Jason Monda

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Donnie Marbut (Portland State, ’97) Record (at Wash. St.) 238-215 (8 years) Overall Record 238-215 (8 years) Assistant Coaches Gregg Swenson, Pat Waer, Michael Naughton Baseball Office Phone (509) 335-0368

SERIES HISTORY (UCLA leads, 42-20) Last UCLA Sweep 2008 (April 28-30) Last Wash. St. Sweep None Most Runs Scored 21 (5/23/03) 2012 SEASON 15 (5/24/03) Overall Record 28-28 Most Runs Allowed 18 (W, 21-3, 5/23/03) Pac-12 Record 12-18 Margin of Victory 13 (L, 15-2, 5/24/03) Pac-12 Finish t-8th Margin of Defeat Postseason None SPORTS INFORMATION Letterwinners Ret/Lost 19/10 Baseball SID Craig Lawson SID Phone (509) 335-0265 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (509) 335-0267 Pac-12 Titles (Last) 20 (1995) SID Fax craigl@wsu.edu NCAA Tournaments (Last) 16 (2010) SID E-mail (509) 335-8291 College World Series Trips (Last) 4 (1976) Press Box Phone

GENERAL INFORMATION Location Dayton, Ohio Enrollment 18,786 Nickname Raiders Colors Hunter Green and Gold Home Field Nischwitz Stadium Capacity 750 Conference Horizon President Dr. David Hopkins Athletic Director Bob Grant 2012 SEASON Overall Record Horizon Record Horizon Finish Postseason Letterwinners Ret/Lost

Garrett Gray

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Rob Cooper (Miami (FL), ’94) Record (at Wright State) 261-200 (8 years) Overall Record 261-200 (8 years) Associate Head Coach Greg Lovelady Assistant Coaches Ross Oeder, Justin Parker Baseball Office Phone (937) 775-2771 SERIES HISTORY first meeting

37-21 20-10 2nd None 16/10

SPORTS INFORMATION Baseball SID Matt Zircher SID Phone (937) 775-2831 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY (937) 775-2368 Horizon Titles (Last) 4 (2011) SID Fax matt.zircher@wright.edu NCAA Tournaments (Last) 4 (2011) SID E-mail N/A College World Series Trips (Last) None Press Box Phone

2013 OPPONENTS AT A GLANCE School Arizona Arizona State Baylor Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge California Hawaii Long Beach State Loyola Marymount Minnesota Notre Dame Oklahoma Oregon Oregon State Stanford UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara USC Utah Washington Washington State Wright State

Contact Blair Willis Thomas Lenneberg TBA Andria Wenzel Kevin Strauss Scott Ball John Barry Roger Kirk Tyler Geivett Michelle Traen Michael Bertsch Mike Ashcraft Todd Miles Hank Hager Alan George Fumi Kimura Andrew Wagner Rachel Caton Brooke Frederickson Jeff Bechthold Craig Lawson Matt Zircher

Office Phone (520) 621-0914 (480) 965-6594 (254) 710-3784 (657) 278-3970 (818) 677-3860 (510) 643-1741 (808) 956-7506 (562) 985-7565 (310) 338-7638 (612) 624-0522 (574) 631-8642 (405) 325-6449 (541) 346-0962 (541) 737-7472 (650) 725-2959 (949) 824-9474 (805) 893-8603 (213) 740-3809 (801) 581-8302 (206) 543-2230 (509) 335-0265 (937) 775-2831

Fax (520) 621-2681 (480) 965-5408 (254) 710-1369 (657) 278-3141 (818) 677-4950 (510) 643-7778 (808) 956-4470 (562) 985-1549 (310) 338-2703 (612) 625-0359 (574) 631-7941 (405) 325-7623 (541) 346-5449 (541) 737-3072 (650) 725-2957 (949) 824-5260 (805) 893-5477 (213) 740-7584 (801) 581-4358 (206) 685-7910 (509) 335-0267 (937) 775-2368

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E-mail Address bmw23@arizona.edu thomas.lenneberg@asu.edu TBA awenzel@fullerton.edu kevin.strauss@csun.edu sball@berkeley.edu jbarry@hawaii.edu roger.kirk@csulb.edu Tyler.Geivett@lmu.edu traen001@umn.edu mbertsc1@nd.edu ashcraft@ou.edu miles@uoregon.edu hank.hager@oregonstate.edu alan.george@stanford.edu fkimura@uci.edu Andrew.Wagner@athletics.ucsb.edu rcaton@usc.edu bfrederickson@huntsman.utah.edu bechtold@uw.edu craigl@wsu.edu matt.zircher@wright.edu

Conference Pac-12 Pac-12 Big 12 Big West Big West Pac-12 Big West Big West West Coast (WCC) Big Ten Big East Big 12 Pac-12 Pac-12 Pac-12 Big West Big West Pac-12 Pac-12 Pac-12 Pac-12 Horizon

2012 Record 48-17 36-20 49-17 36-21 23-30 29-25 30-25 28-27 27-27 29-27 31-27 42-25 46-19 40-20 41-18 31-25 28-28 23-32 14-42 30-25 28-28 37-21


 BEN FRANCISCO After being traded midseason to Philadelphia, he helped lead the Phillies to their second consecutive World Series in 2009.  JEFF CONINE HECTOR AMBRIZ  Spent 17 seasons in the majors, Pitched for the Indians in helping lead the Florida Marlins 2010 and the Astros in to World Series titles in 2012, starring at UCLA from 1997 and 2003. 2003-2006.

GARRETT ATKINS Led the Colorado Rockies to the NL pennant and the World Series in 2007, playing for the ballclub from 2003-2009.

 ADAM MELHUSE After two years excelling as an infielder at UCLA (1992-1993), he spent eight seasons in the major leagues as a catcher.

 DAVE ROBERTS After four years at UCLA (1991-94), he enjoyed a 10-year major league career. Roberts starred in center field for the Los Angeles Dodgers for three seasons before leading the Boston Red Sox to the 2004 World Series title.

TODD ZEILE  Among the best-ever hitters in UCLA history, Zeile competed for the Bruins from 1984-86. In 16 major-league seasons, he totaled 253 home runs and 1,110 RBI.

 CASEY JANSSEN A four-year letterwinner for the Bruins (2001-2004), Janssen broke into the majors in 2006. He was drafted by Toronto in the fourth round of the 2004 MLB Draft and has pitched for the Blue Jays since then.


SHANE MACK  After batting .361 in three seasons at UCLA, Mack helped  TROY GLAUS lead the Minnesota Twins to After winning the 2002 World Series the 1991 World Series title. with the Anaheim Angels, Glaus earned World Series MVP honors that October. He enjoyed a 13-year major league career.

 CHASE UTLEY One of the game’s top second basemen, Utley led Philadelphia to the World Series title in 2008. In 2009, he guide the Phillies back to the Fall Classic, clubbing five homers in six games in that World Series.

 ERIC BYRNES After four years at UCLA (1995-1998), he spent 11 seasons playing Major League Baseball. Byrnes still holds the UCLA career records for hits (326), at-bats (984), runs (326) and doubles (75).

 DAVID HUFF As a rookie in 2009, he led the Cleveland Indians with 11 victories. Huff starred in UCLA’s rotation as a junior in 2006, leading the Bruins to the NCAA Malibu Regional.

ERIC KARROS  One of UCLA’s top hitters (1986-1988), he set the Los Angeles Dodgers’ career home run record, belting 284 round-trippers in 12 seasons in Los Angeles. BRANDON CRAWFORD A three-year standout at UCLA (2006-2008), he clubbed a grand slam in his major league debut with San Francisco (May 27, 2011) and won the World Series with the club in 2012.


MAJOR LEAGUE BRUINS

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HECTOR

AMBRIZ Z

HOUSTON ASTROS • RHP

Ambriz in MLB (2010-present) YR TEAM 2010 Cleveland 2012 Houston 2-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA 0-2 5.59 1-1 4.19 1-3 5.19

G/GS 34/0 18/0 52/0

IP CG SV 48.1 0 0 19.1 0 0 67.2 0 0

H 68 14 82

R 31 9 40

ER 30 9 39

SO 37 22 59

BB HP 17 1 11 2 28 3

Career at UCLA (2003-2006, pitching) YR 2003 2004 2005 2006 4 YEARS

W-L 0-5 2-2 3-7 8-7 13-21

ERA G/GS 6.50 12/5 5.62 7/6 3.94 18/16 3.65 20/16 4.41 57/43

SV 0 0 1 2 3

IP CG H R ER 45.2 0 58 42 33 32.0 0 37 24 20 105.0 2 99 52 46 113.1 2 105 55 46 296.0 4 299 173 145

SO BB HP WP 41 24 4 7 27 9 2 4 84 40 8 4 97 41 5 15 249 114 19 30

Career at UCLA (2003-2006, hitting) YR 2003 2004 2005 2006 4 YEARS

GS-GP 36-14 11-9 51-44 48-42 146-109

AB 49 14 157 147 367

R 4 2 19 29 54

H 11 4 53 46 114

2B 3B 2 0 0 0 14 0 10 0 26 0

HR 0 2 1 5 8

RBI 5 5 18 34 62

BB 5 0 22 20 47

SO 7 0 30 29 68

SB CS AVG. 0 0 .224 0 0 .286 0 1 .338 0 0 .313 0 1 .311

Hector Ambriz

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BRANDON

CRAWFORD RD RD

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS • SHORTSTOP

Crawford in MLB (2011-present) YR TEAM G 2011 San Francisco 66 2012 San Francisco 143 2-YEAR TOTALS 209

AB 196 435 631

R 22 44 66

H 40 108 148

2B 5 26 31

3B 2 3 5

HR 3 4 7

RBI 21 45 66

BB 23 33 56

SB 1 1 2

CS AVG. 3 .204 4 .248 7 .235

Crawford at UCLA (2006-2008) YR 2006 2007 2008 3 YEARS

GS-GP 58-58 61-61 60-60 179-179

AB R 242 42 248 50 232 53 722 145

H 72 83 70 230

2B 3B 14 6 17 2 13 5 44 13

HR RBI 6 30 7 55 7 51 20 136

Brandon Crawford

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DAVID

HUFF

CLEVELAND INDIANS • LHP 2006 at UCLA • Huntington Beach, Calif. (Edison HS)

Huff in MLB (2009-present) YR TEAM W-L ERA 2009 Cleveland 11-8 5.61 2010 Cleveland 2-11 6.21 2011 Cleveland 2-6 4.09 2012 Cleveland 3-1 3.38 4-YEAR TOTALS 18-26 5.30

G/GS IP CG SV 23/23 128.1 0 0 15/15 79.2 1 0 11/10 50.2 0 0 6/4 26.2 0 0 55/52 285.1 1 0

H R ER SO 159 82 80 65 101 61 55 37 55 35 23 36 30 14 10 19 345 192 168 157

BB HP 41 1 34 3 17 0 5 1 97 5

Career at UCLA (2006) YR 2006 1 YEAR

W-L ERA G/GS 7-4 2.98 16/16 7-4 2.98 16/16

SV 0 0

IP CG H 129.2 3 121 129.2 3 121

R 50 50

ER 43 43

SO BB HP WP 100 27 6 7 100 27 6 7

David Huff

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BB SO 24 46 25 58 31 59 80 163

SB CS AVG. 7 5 .318 11 1 .335 11 6 .302 29 12 .319


MAJOR LEAGUE BRUINS

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CASEY

JANSSEN

TORONTO BLUE JAYS • RHP

Janssen in MLB (2006-present) YR TEAM 2006 Toronto 2007 Toronto 2008 Toronto 2009 Toronto 2010 Toronto 2011 Toronto 2012 Toronto 6-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA G/GS IP CG SV 6-10 5.07 19/17 94.0 0 0 2-3 2.35 70/0 72.2 0 6 injured – DNP – – – – 2-4 5.85 21/5 40.0 0 1 5-2 3.67 56/0 68.2 0 0 6-0 2.26 55/0 55.2 0 2 1-1 2.54 62/0 63.2 0 22 22-20 3.60 283/22 394.2 0 31

H R ER SO BB HP 103 58 53 44 21 7 67 22 19 39 20 3 – – – – – – 59 29 26 24 14 2 74 29 28 63 21 4 47 14 14 53 14 2 44 18 18 67 11 3 394 170 158 290 101 21

Career at UCLA (2001-2004, pitching) YR 2001 2002 2003 2004 4 YEARS

W-L 2-3 4-2 6-6 10-4 22-15

ERA G/GS 5.57 13/4 4.06 8/8 5.88 16/14 3.16 17/17 4.34 54/43

SV 1 0 0 0 1

IP CG H R ER 32.1 0 35 23 20 44.1 0 47 27 20 72.0 1 93 55 47 116.2 1 87 46 41 265.1 2 262 151 128

SO BB HP WP 22 19 0 2 47 33 2 5 73 25 6 9 103 30 7 2 245 97 15 18

Career at UCLA (2001-2004, hitting) YR 2001 2002 2003 2004 4 YEARS

GS-GP 22-4 37-31 26-22 19-17 104-74

AB 9 98 29 2 138

R 1 20 4 0 25

H 2 25 4 0 31

2B 3B 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 4 0

HR 1 3 0 0 4

RBI 3 16 1 0 20

BB 1 14 6 0 21

SO 4 35 11 1 51

SB CS AVG. 0 0 .222 2 2 .255 1 0 .138 0 0 .000 3 2 .225

Casey Janssen

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JOSH

ROENICKE

MINNESOTA TWINS • RHP 2003-2006 at UCLA • Nevada City, Calif. (Nevada Unionn HS)

Roenicke in MLB (2008-present) YR TEAM 2008 Cincinnati 2009 CIN/TOR 2010 Toronto 2011 Colorado 2012 Colorado 5-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA 0-0 9.00 0-0 5.23 1-0 5.68 0-0 3.78 4-2 3.25 5-2 4.09

G/GS IP CG SV 5/0 3.0 0 0 24/0 31.0 0 0 16/0 19.0 0 0 19/0 16.2 0 0 63/0 88.2 0 1 127/0 158.1 0 1

H 6 32 18 14 85 155

R 3 19 15 7 40 84

ER SO 3 6 18 33 12 18 7 12 32 54 72 123

BB HP 2 1 16 1 13 2 7 1 43 2 81 7

ER 0 5 5

SO BB HP WP 1 2 0 1 13 7 2 3 14 9 2 4

Career at UCLA (2003-2006, pitching) YR 2004 2006 2 YEARS

W-L ERA 0-0 0.00 2-3 3.46 2-3 2.93

G/GS 3/0 16/0 19/0

SV 0 4 4

IP CG 2.1 0 13.0 0 15.1 0

H 1 13 14

R 0 7 7

Career at UCLA (2003-2006, hitting) YR 2003 2004 2005 2006 4 YEARS

Josh Roenicke

26

GS-GP 6-0 33-4 39-35 45-42 123-81

AB 4 33 119 157 313

R 0 6 13 18 37

H 1 9 33 39 82

2B 3B 0 0 2 0 6 1 6 0 14 1

HR 0 0 0 1 1

CHASE

UTLEY

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES • SECOND BASE 1998-2000 at UCLA •

Utley in MLB (2003-present) YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 2003 Philadelphia 43 134 13 32 10 2004 Philadelphia 94 267 36 71 11 2005 Philadelphia 147 543 93 158 39 40 2006 Philadelphia 160 658 131 203 48 2007 Philadelphia 132 530 104 176 41 2008 Philadelphia 159 607 113 177 28 2009 Philadelphia 156 571 112 161 2010 Philadelphia 115 425 75 117 20 54 103 21 2011 Philadelphia 103 398 48 77 15 2012 Philadelphia 83 301 10-YEAR TOTALS 1192 4434 779 1275 273

3B HR 1 2 2 13 6 28 4 32 5 22 4 33 4 31 2 16 6 11 2 11 36 199

RBI 21 57 105 102 103 104 93 65 44 45 739

BB SB 11 2 15 4 69 16 63 15 50 9 64 14 88 23 63 13 39 14 43 11 505 121

CS AVG. 0 .239 1 .266 3 .291 4 .309 1 .332 2 .292 0 .282 2 .275 0 .259 1 .256 14 .288

Career at UCLA (1998-2000) YR 1998 1999 2000 3 YEARS

GS-GP 53-44 62-62 64-64 179-170

AB R 194 35 271 66 283 81 748 182

H 62 86 108 256

2B 3B 11 0 13 2 17 2 41 4

HR RBI 15 49 16 56 22 69 53 174

BB SO 12 44 26 54 27 35 65 122

SB CS AVG. 1 2 .320 5 1 .317 15 1 .382 21 4 .342

Chase Utley

65

RBI 0 6 16 23 45

BB 0 4 14 5 23

SO 2 8 28 23 61

SB CS AVG. 0 0 .250 0 1 .273 2 1 .277 1 4 .248 3 6 .262


UCLA’S ALL-TIME MAJOR LEAGUERS

UCLA’s All-Time MLB Players

BOB ADAMS (1977)

In the 93-year history of UCLA’s baseball program, 69 Bruins have had the opportunity to play Major League Baseball. In fact, at least one player from every UCLA baseball team from 1965-2011 has advanced to the majors.

Name (69) Marv Gudat Bill Brubaker Hal Spindel Dick Conger Bud Stewart Bud Sketchley Bobby Brown Jackie Robinson George Elder Frank Ernaga Randy Schwartz Rick Kester Bobby Floyd Jim York Bill Bonham Chris Chambliss Mike Reinbach Luis Gomez Bob Adams Mike Edwards Marshall Edwards Tim Leary Dave Rucker Dave Schmidt Ron Roenicke Floyd Chiffer Don Slaught Dave Baker Matt Young Pat Clements Mike Gallego Colin Ward Pat Dodson Shane Mack Eric Nolte Torey Lovullo Alex Sanchez Todd Zeile Bill Haselman Jeff Conine Sean Berry Randy Hennis Tony Scruggs Mike Magnante Rich Amaral Eric Karros Bob Hamelin Chris Pritchett Mike Fyhrie Ryan McGuire Tim Kubinski Jim Parque Troy Glaus Dave Roberts Adam Melhuse Eric Byrnes Tom Jacquez Eric Valent Chase Utley Garrett Atkins Casey Janssen Ben Francisco Josh Roenicke David Huff Wes Whisler Hector Ambriz Brandon Crawford Trevor Bauer Tyson Brummett

Years at UCLA 1924-28 1929-32 1931-38 1939 1934-37 1938-41 1944 1940 1946-47 1949-51 1963-64 1966-67 1963 1968-69 1969-70 1969 1969 1971-73 1971-73 1973-74 1973-74 1977-79 1976-77 1977-79 1977 1975-78 1977, 1979-80 1975-78 1979-80 1981-83 1979-81 1981-82 1979-80 1982-84 1984-85 1984-87 1985-87 1984-86 1986-87 1985-87 1985 1985-87 1986-87 1986-88 1982-83 1986-88 1987 1989-91 1988-91 1991-93 1991-93 1995-97 1995-97 1991-94 1992-93 1995-98 1995-97 1996-98 1999-00 1998-00 1998-00 2001-02 2004-06 2006 2002-04 2003-06 2006-08 2009-11 2006-07

MLB Debut 5/21/1929 9/08/1932 4/23/1939 4/22/1940 4/19/1941 4/14/1942 9/22/1946 4/15/1947 7/22/1949 5/24/1957 9/8/1965 8/18/1968 9/18/1968 9/21/1970 4/7/1971 5/28/1971 4/7/1974 4/28/1974 7/10/1977 9/10/1977 4/11/1981 4/12/1981 4/21/1981 5/1/1981 9/2/1981 4/7/1982 7/6/1982 9/12/1982 4/6/1983 4/9/1985 4/11/1985 9/21/1985 9/5/1986 5/25/1987 8/1/1987 9/10/1988 5/23/1989 8/18/1989 9/3/1990 9/16/1990 9/17/1990 9/17/1990 4/8/1991 4/22/1991 5/27/1991 9/1/1991 9/12/1993 9/6/1996 9/14/1996 6/5/1997 7/16/1997 5/26/1998 7/31/1998 8/7/1999 6/16/2000 8/22/2000 9/9/2000 6/8/2001 4/4/2003 8/3/2003 4/27/2006 5/1/2007 9/13/2008 5/17/2009 6/2/2009 4/30/2010 5/27/2011 6/28/2012 10/3/2012

YR TEAM 1977 Detroit 1-YEAR TOTALS

G 15 15

AB 24 24

R 2 2

H 6 6

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 2 2

RBI 2 2

BB 0 0

SB 0 0

CS AVG. 0 .250 0 .250

SO -----

SB CS AVG. 0 -- .242 -----9 -- .327 10 -- .322

Adams at UCLA (1970-1973) YR 1970 1971 1972 1973 4 YEARS

G AB R H 2B 3B -33 5 8 2 0 -------- 257 53 84 9 6 49 180 47 58 9 2 stat totals are unavailable

HR 1 -6 13

RBI 6 -52 48

BB -----

RICH AMARAL (1991-2000) YR TEAM 1991 Seattle 1992 Seattle 1993 Seattle 1994 Seattle 1995 Seattle 1996 Seattle 1997 Seattle 1998 Seattle 1999 Baltimore 2000 Baltimore 10-YEAR TOTALS

G AB R 14 16 2 35 100 9 110 373 53 77 228 37 90 238 45 118 312 69 89 190 34 73 134 25 91 137 21 30 60 10 727 1788 305

H 1 24 108 60 67 91 54 37 38 13 493

2B 0 3 24 10 14 11 5 6 8 1 82

3B 0 0 1 2 2 3 0 0 1 1 10

HR 0 1 1 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 11

RBI 0 7 44 18 19 29 21 4 11 6 159

BB SB 1 0 5 4 33 19 24 5 21 21 47 25 10 12 13 11 15 9 7 6 176 112

CS AVG. 0 .063 2 .240 11 .290 1 .263 2 .282 6 .292 8 .284 1 .276 6 .277 2 .217 39 .276

Amaral at UCLA (1982-1983) YR 1982 1983 2 YEARS

GP-GS 65-64 52-51 117-115

AB R 226 61 211 51 437 112

H 74 72 146

2B 3B 10 0 12 1 22 1

HR 0 5 5

RBI BB 34 65 30 38 64 103

SO 34 29 63

SB CS AVG. 19 11 .327 26 5 .341 45 16 .334

GARRETT ATKINS (2003-2010) YR TEAM 2003 Colorado 2004 Colorado 2005 Colorado 2006 Colorado 2007 Colorado 2008 Colorado 2009 Colorado 2010 Baltimore 7-YEAR TOTALS

G AB R 25 69 6 15 28 3 138 519 62 157 602 117 157 605 83 155 611 86 126 354 37 44 152 5 773 2788 394

H 2B 11 2 10 2 149 31 198 48 182 35 175 32 80 12 30 7 805 162

3B 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 7

HR 0 1 13 29 25 21 9 1 98

RBI 4 8 89 120 111 99 48 9 479

BB 3 4 45 79 67 40 41 12 279

SB 0 0 0 4 3 1 0 0 8

CS AVG. 0 .159 0 .357 2 .287 0 .329 1 .301 1 .286 0 .226 0 .214 4 .289

Atkins at UCLA (1998-2000) YR 1998 1999 2000 3 YEARS

GS-GP 54-54 62-62 64-64 180-180

AB R 222 43 256 64 270 73 748 141

H 85 96 95 276

2B 3B 22 1 18 1 16 2 56 4

HR RBI 9 54 14 41 17 72 40 167

BB 18 34 32 84

SO 21 25 32 78

SB CS AVG. 1 0 .383 2 0 .375 2 0 .352 5 0 .368

BB 3 3

SB 0 0

DAVE BAKER (1982) YR TEAM 1982 Toronto 1-YEAR TOTALS

G 9 9

AB 20 20

R 3 3

H 5 5

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 2 2

CS AVG. 0 .250 0 .250

Baker at UCLA (1975-1978) YR 1975 1976 1977 1978 4 YEARS

GS-GP 38 58 60 58 214

AB R 90 16 202 30 231 32 215 49 738 127

H 27 56 66 58 207

2B 3B 6 0 10 1 11 3 9 2 36 6

HR RBI 3 22 7 37 10 43 14 50 34 152

BB SO 13 20 30 32 18 40 37 33 98 125

SB CS AVG. 1 -- .300 3 1 .277 1 -- .286 2 -- .270 7 -- .280

TREVOR BAUER (2012) YR TEAM 2012 Arizona 1-YEAR TOTALS

W-L 1-2 1-2

ERA 6.06 6.06

G/GS 4/4 4/4

IP CG SV 16.1 0 0 16.1 0 0

H 14 14

R 13 13

IP CG H R 105.1 4 85 39 131.1 1 121 64 136.2 10 73 22 373.1 15 279 125

ER 35 44 19 99

ER 11 11

SO 17 17

BB HP 13 1 13 1

Bauer at UCLA (2009-2011) YR 2009 2010 2011 3 YEARS

W-L 9-3 12-3 13-2 34-8

ERA G/GS 2.99 20/10 3.02 18/18 1.25 16/16 2.36 54/44

SV 2 0 0 2

SO BB HP WP 92 27 9 10 165 41 4 12 203 36 6 8 460 104 19 30

SEAN BERRY (1990-2000) YR TEAM 1990 Kansas City 1991 Kansas City 1992 Montreal 1993 Montreal 1994 Montreal 1995 Montreal 1996 Houston 1997 Houston 1998 Houston 1999 Milwaukee 2000 Mil./Bos. 11-YEAR TOTALS

G AB R 8 23 2 31 60 5 24 57 5 122 299 50 103 320 43 103 314 38 132 431 55 96 301 37 102 299 48 106 259 26 33 50 1 860 2413 310

H 2B 5 1 8 3 19 1 78 15 89 19 100 22 121 38 77 24 94 17 59 11 7 2 657 153

3B 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 10

HR 0 0 1 14 11 14 17 8 13 2 1 81

RBI 4 1 4 49 41 55 95 43 52 23 2 369

BB 2 5 1 41 32 25 23 25 31 17 4 206

SB 0 0 2 12 14 3 12 1 3 0 0 47

CS AVG. 0 .217 0 .133 1 .333 2 .261 0 .278 8 .318 6 .281 5 .256 1 .314 0 .228 1 .140 24 .272

Berry at UCLA (1985) YR 1985 1 YEARS

66

G 48 48

AB 150 150

R 37 37

H 44 44

2B 3B 7 1 7 1

HR 3 3

RBI 23 23

BB 19 19

SO 28 28

SB CS AVG. 13 4 .293 13 4 .293


UCLA’S ALL-TIME MAJOR LEAGUERS ERIC BYRNES (2000-2010) YR TEAM 2000 Oakland 2001 Oakland 2002 Oakland 2003 Oakland 2004 Oakland 2005 Oak/Bal/Col 2006 Arizona 2007 Arizona 2008 Arizona 2009 Arizona 2010 Seattle 11-YEAR TOTALS

G AB R 10 10 5 19 38 9 90 94 24 121 414 64 143 569 91 126 412 49 143 562 82 160 626 103 52 206 28 84 239 26 15 32 1 963 3202 482

H 2B 3 0 9 1 23 4 109 27 161 39 93 24 150 37 179 30 43 13 54 14 3 2 827 191

3B HR 0 0 0 3 2 3 9 12 3 20 3 10 3 26 8 21 1 6 1 8 0 0 30 109

RBI 0 5 11 51 73 40 79 83 23 31 0 396

BB SB 0 2 4 1 4 3 42 10 46 17 32 7 34 25 57 50 16 4 12 9 6 1 253 129

CS AVG. 1 .300 0 .237 0 .245 2 .263 1 .283 1 .225 3 .267 7 .286 4 .209 3 .226 0 .094 23 .258

Byrnes at UCLA (1995-1998) YR 1995 1996 1997 1998 4 YEARS

GS-GP 56-56 62-60 67-67 57-57 242-240

AB R 238 45 225 32 277 95 244 63 984 235

H 77 76 92 81 326

2B 3B 11 2 21 1 24 1 19 2 75 6

HR RBI BB SO 9 35 16 38 8 56 17 41 17 60 39 42 14 52 32 42 48 203 104 163

SB CS AVG. 18 5 .324 14 2 .338 19 1 .332 30 4 .332 81 12 .331

CHRIS CHAMBLISS (1971-1986)

Eric Byrnes

BILL BONHAM (1971-1980) YR TEAM 1971 Chicago-NL 1972 Chicago-NL 1973 Chicago-NL 1974 Chicago-NL 1975 Chicago-NL 1976 Chicago-NL 1977 Chicago-NL 1978 Cincinnati 1979 Cincinnati 1980 Cincinnati 10-YEAR TOTALS

W-L 2-1 1-1 7-5 11-22 13-15 9-13 10-13 11-5 9-7 2-1 75-83

ERA G/GS IP CG SV H 4.65 33/2 60.0 0 0 63 3.12 19/4 57.2 0 4 56 3.02 44/15 152.0 3 6 126 3.86 44/36 242.2 10 1 246 4.71 38/36 229.1 7 0 254 4.27 32/31 196.0 3 0 215 4.36 34/34 214.2 1 0 207 3.53 23/23 140.2 1 0 151 3.79 29/29 175.2 2 0 173 4.74 4/4 19.0 0 0 21 4.01 300/214 1487.1 27 11 1512

R 38 22 55 133 133 102 111 59 80 10 743

ER 31 20 51 104 120 93 104 55 74 10 662

SO BB HP 41 36 5 49 25 1 121 64 4 191 109 6 165 109 5 110 96 2 134 82 3 83 50 1 78 60 8 13 5 0 985 636 35

Bonham at UCLA (1969-1970) YR 1969 1970 4 YEARS

W-L ERA 5-2 3.22 4-5 2.60 22-15 4.34

G/GS 16 18 54-43

SV ----

IP CG H R ER 64.1 -- 50 35 23 82.2 -- 58 36 24 265.1 2 262 151 128

SO BB HP WP 68 41 --100 50 --245 97 15 18

BOBBY BROWN (1946-1954) YR TEAM G AB R 1946 New York-AL 7 24 1 1947 New York-AL 69 150 21 1948 New York-AL 113 363 62 1949 New York-AL 104 343 61 1950 New York-AL 95 277 33 1951 New York-AL 103 313 44 1952 New York-AL 29 89 6 1954 New York-AL 28 60 5 8-YEAR TOTALS 548 1619 233

H 8 45 109 97 74 84 22 13 452

2B 1 6 19 14 4 15 2 1 62

3B 0 1 5 4 2 2 0 0 14

HR 0 1 3 6 4 6 1 1 22

RBI 1 18 48 61 37 51 14 7 237

BB 4 21 48 38 39 47 9 8 214

SB ----------

CS AVG. -- .333 -- .300 -- .300 -- .283 -- .267 -- .268 -- .247 -- .217 -- .279

BB 3 0 1 2 50 47 9 29 8 2 151

SB 1 0 0 0 5 2 2 3 0 0 13

CS AVG. -- .417 -- .000 -- .333 -- .000 -- .289 -- .254 -- .295 -- .232 -- .192 -- .421 -- .264

*Brown played at UCLA in 1944; his stats from that season are not available.

BILL BRUBAKER (1932-1943) YR TEAM 1932 Pittsburgh 1933 Pittsburgh 1934 Pittsburgh 1935 Pittsburgh 1936 Pittsburgh 1937 Pittsburgh 1938 Pittsburgh 1939 Pittsburgh 1940 Pittsburgh 1943 Boston-NL 10-YEAR TOTALS

G AB R 7 24 3 2 2 0 3 6 0 6 11 1 145 554 77 120 413 57 45 112 18 100 345 41 38 78 8 13 19 3 479 1564 208

H 10 0 2 0 160 105 33 80 15 8 413

2B 3 0 1 0 27 20 5 23 3 3 85

3B 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 1 1 0 10

HR 0 0 0 0 6 6 3 7 0 0 22

RBI 4 0 1 0 102 48 19 43 7 1 225

*Brubaker played at UCLA from 1929-1932; his UCLA stats are not available.

YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 1971 Cleveland 111 415 49 114 20 1972 Cleveland 121 466 51 136 27 1973 Cleveland 155 572 70 156 30 1974 Cle./NYY 127 467 46 119 20 1975 New York-AL 150 562 66 171 38 1976 New York-AL 156 641 79 188 32 1977 New York-AL 157 600 90 172 32 1978 New York-AL 162 625 81 171 26 1979 New York-AL 149 554 61 155 27 1980 Atlanta 158 602 83 170 37 1981 Atlanta 107 404 44 110 25 1982 Atlanta 157 534 57 144 25 1983 Atlanta 131 447 59 125 24 1984 Atlanta 135 389 47 100 14 1985 Atlanta 101 170 16 40 7 1986 Atlanta 97 122 13 38 8 1988 New York-AL 1 1 0 0 0 17-YEAR TOTALS 2175 7571 912 2109 392

3B HR 4 9 2 6 2 11 3 6 4 9 6 17 6 17 3 12 3 18 2 18 2 8 2 20 3 20 0 9 0 3 0 2 0 0 42 185

RBI 48 44 53 50 72 96 90 90 63 72 51 86 78 44 21 14 0 972

YR 1969 1 YEAR

G ---

AB 188 188

R 43 43

H 64 64

2B 3B 13 3 13 3

HR 15 15

RBI 45 45

BB ---

ERA 0.00 0.00

G/GS 1/0 1/0

IP CG SV 0.2 0 0 0.2 0 0

H 2 2

R 0 0

ER 0 0

SO 2 2

YR TEAM 1982 San Diego 1983 San Diego 1984 San Diego 3-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA G/GS 6-7 4.52 17/15 10-6 4.04 20/18 16-13 4.24 37/33

SV 1 0 1

IP CG H R ER 97.2 1 103 57 49 138.0 7 146 73 62 235.2 8 249 130 111

SO ---

SB CS AVG. 11 -- .340 11 -- .340

W-L ERA 4-3 2.95 0-2 3.18 1-0 7.71 5-5 4.02

G/GS IP CG SV 51/0 79.1 0 4 15/0 22.2 0 1 15/1 28.0 0 0 81/1 130.0 0 5

H 73 17 42 132

R 33 10 24 67

ER 26 8 24 58

SO 48 15 20 60

BB HP 34 4 10 0 16 0 10 4

Chiffer at UCLA (1975-1978) YR 1975 1976 1977 1978 4 YEARS

W-L 0-2 1-4 5-2 11-3 17-11

ERA G/GS 5.22 10/-8.00 23/2 3.01 21/6 1.73 19/16 3.63 73/--

SV 0 2 1 0 3

IP CG H R ER 29.2 -- 23 18 17 54.0 -- 76 55 48 86.2 -- 76 39 29 120.0 6 98 33 23 290.1 -- 273 145 117

SO BB HP WP 20 27 --29 31 --61 35 4 3 84 37 3 1 194 130 ---

PAT CLEMENTS (1985-1992) YR TEAM W-L ERA 1985 Cal/Pit 5-2 3.46 1986 Pittsburgh 0-4 2.80 1987 New York-AL 3-3 4.95 1988 New York-AL 0-0 6.48 1989 San Diego 4-1 3.92 1990 San Diego 0-0 4.15 1991 San Diego 1-0 3.77 1992 San Diego 4-1 2.98 8-YEAR TOTALS 17-11 3.77

G/GS IP CG SV 68/0 96.1 0 3 65/0 61.0 0 2 55/0 80.0 0 7 6/1 8.1 0 0 23/1 39.0 0 0 9/0 13.0 0 0 12/0 14.1 0 0 50/0 48.1 0 0 288/2 360.1 0 12

H R ER SO BB HP 86 37 37 36 40 2 53 20 19 31 32 2 91 45 44 36 30 3 12 8 6 3 4 0 39 17 17 18 15 0 20 9 6 6 7 1 13 8 6 8 9 0 48 19 16 20 23 4 362 163 151 158 160 11

Clements at UCLA (1981-1983) YR 1981 1982 1983 3 YEARS

W-L 6-6 9-6 3-6 18-18

ERA 5.58 6.32 5.34 5.78

G/GS 22/12 23/17 21/11 66/40

SV IP CG H R ER 0 98.1 2 116 78 61 0 105.1 2 125 89 74 0 87.2 1 86 63 52 0 291.1 5 327 230 187

SO BB HP WP 41 53 1 10 60 76 2 12 59 57 3 8 160 186 6 30

DICK CONGER (1940-1942) YR TEAM 1940 Detroit 1941 Pittsburgh 1942 Pittsburgh 1943 Philadelphia 4-YEAR TOTALS

BB HP 0 0 0 0

Brummett at UCLA (2006-2007) YR 2006 2007 2 YEARS

CS AVG. 0 .275 4 .292 8 .273 1 .255 1 .304 0 .293 0 .287 1 .274 2 .280 3 .282 1 .272 3 .270 7 .280 2 .257 0 .235 2 .311 0 .000 35 .279

FLOYD CHIFFER (1982-1984)

W-L ERA 1-0 3.00 0-0 0.00 0-0 2.16 2-7 6.09 3-7 5.14

G/GS 2/0 2/1 2/1 13/10 19/12

IP CG SV 3.0 0 0 4.0 0 0 8.1 0 0 54.2 2 0 70.0 0 0

H 2 3 9 72 86

R 1 0 3 46 50

*Conger played at UCLA in 1939; his stats from that season are not available.

W-L 0-0 0-0

SB 2 3 4 0 0 1 4 2 3 7 4 7 2 1 0 0 0 40

Chambliss at UCLA (1969)

TYSON BRUMMETT (2012) YR TEAM 2012 Philadelphia 1-YEAR TOTALS

BB 40 26 58 48 29 27 45 41 34 49 44 57 63 58 18 15 0 632

SO BB HP WP 83 32 7 9 111 33 9 8 194 65 16 17

67

ER 1 0 2 37 40

SO 1 2 3 18 24

BB HP 3 0 3 0 5 0 24 0 35 5


UCLA’S ALL-TIME MAJOR LEAGUERS BOBBY FLOYD (1968-1974) YR TEAM G 1968 Baltimore 5 1969 Baltimore 39 1970 Bal./K.C. 17 1971 Kansas City 31 1972 Kansas City 61 1973 Kansas City 51 1974 Kansas City 10 7-YEAR TOTALS 214

AB 9 84 45 66 134 78 9 425

R 0 7 5 8 9 10 1 40

H 1 17 14 10 24 26 1 93

2B 1 4 4 3 3 3 0 18

3B 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 1 9 2 5 8 0 26

BB 0 6 4 7 5 4 2 28

SB 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2

CS AVG. 0 .111 0 .202 1 .311 0 .152 0 .179 1 .333 0 .111 2 .219

SO ---

SB CS AVG. 10 -- .291 10 -- .291

Floyd at UCLA (1963) YR 1963 1 YEAR

G ---

AB 148 148

R 23 23

H 43 43

2B 3B 5 2 5 2

HR 3 3

RBI 26 26

BB ---

BEN FRANCISCO (2007-2012) Jeff Conine

JEFF CONINE (1990-2007) YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 1990 Kansas City 9 20 3 5 2 91 10 23 5 1992 Kansas City 28 1993 Florida 162 595 75 174 24 1994 Florida 115 451 60 144 27 1995 Florida 133 483 72 146 26 1996 Florida 157 597 8 175 32 1997 Florida 151 405 46 98 13 1998 Kansas City 93 309 30 79 26 1999 Baltimore 139 444 54 129 31 2000 Baltimore 119 409 53 116 20 2001 Baltimore 139 524 75 163 23 2002 Baltimore 116 451 44 123 26 2003 Balt/Fla 149 577 88 163 36 2004 Florida 140 521 55 146 35 2005 Florida 131 335 42 102 20 2006 Bal/Phila 142 489 54 131 26 2007 Cin/NYM 101 256 25 65 13 17-YEAR TOTALS 2024 6957 870 1982 385

3B HR RBI 0 0 2 2 0 9 3 12 79 6 18 82 2 25 105 2 26 95 1 17 61 0 8 43 1 13 75 2 13 46 2 14 97 4 15 63 3 20 95 1 14 83 2 3 33 4 10 66 1 6 37 36 214 1071

BB 2 8 52 40 66 62 57 26 30 36 64 25 50 48 38 40 27 671

SB 0 0 2 1 2 1 2 3 0 4 12 8 5 5 2 0 4 54

CS 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 3 3 8 0 0 5 0 0 0 29

AVG. .250 .253 .292 .319 .302 .293 .242 .256 .291 .284 .311 .273 .282 .280 .304 .267 .254 .285

W-L 0-2 4-2 1-0 5-4

ERA G/GS 7.97 9/1 5.22 17/12 6.94 17/3 6.07 27/16

SV IP CG H R 0 14.2 0 20 17 1 70.2 1 66 53 1 36.1 0 36 36 2 121.2 1 122 106

ER 13 41 28 82

SO BB HP WP 6 8 0 1 35 49 5 4 25 32 3 5 66 89 8 10

PAT DODSON (1986-1988) YR TEAM 1986 Boston 1987 Boston 1988 Boston 3-YEAR TOTALS

G 9 26 17 52

AB 12 42 45 99

R 3 4 5 12

H 5 7 8 20

2B 2 3 3 8

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 1 2 1 4

RBI 3 6 1 10

BB 3 8 6 17

SB 0 0 0 0

CS AVG. 0 .417 0 .167 0 .178 0 .202

SO 50 33 83

SB CS AVG. 3 -- .327 3 -- .259 6 -- .299

Dodson at UCLA (1979-1980) YR 1979 1980 2 YEARS

G 60 49 109

AB 199 135 334

R 53 23 76

H 65 35 100

2B 3B 11 1 3 0 14 1

HR 15 5 20

RBI 46 28 74

BB 41 46 87

MARSHALL EDWARDS (1981-1983) YR TEAM G 1981 Milwaukee 40 1982 Milwaukee 69 1983 Milwaukee 51 3-YEAR TOTALS 160

AB 58 178 74 310

R 10 24 14 48

H 14 44 22 80

2B 1 4 1 6

3B 1 1 1 3

HR 0 2 0 2

RBI 4 14 5 23

BB SB CS AVG. 0 6 2 .241 4 10 4 .247 1 5 5 .297 5 21 11 .258

Marshall Edwards at UCLA (1973-1974) YR 1973 1974 2 YEARS

G 28 53 81

AB 57 184 241

R 9 27 36

H 18 48 66

2B 3B 3 0 5 0 8 0

HR 1 1 2

RBI 5 16 21

BB -13 --

SO -18 --

SB CS AVG. 7 -- .316 19 -- .261 26 -- .274

MIKE EDWARDS (1977-1980) YR TEAM G 1977 Pittsburgh 7 1978 Oakland 142 1979 Oakland 122 1980 Oakland 46 3-YEAR TOTALS 317

AB 6 414 400 59 879

R H 1 0 48 113 35 93 10 14 94 220

2B 0 16 12 0 28

3B 0 2 2 0 4

HR 0 1 1 0 2

RBI 0 23 23 3 49

BB SB CS AVG. 0 0 2 .000 16 27 21 .273 15 10 6 .233 1 1 1 .237 32 38 30 .250

Mike Edwards at UCLA (1973-1974) YR 1973 1974 2 YEARS

G 25 60 85

AB 89 225 314

R 13 43 56

H 29 75 104

2B 3B 3 2 15 3 18 5

HR 1 14 15

RBI 12 42 54

BB -14 --

SO -14 --

SB CS AVG. 4 -- .326 12 -- .333 16 -- .331

BB 4 4

SB ---

CS AVG. -- .250 -- .250

BB 9 0 9

SB ----

CS AVG. -- .314 -- .125 -- .279

GEORGE ELDER (1949) YR TEAM 1949 St. Louis 1-YEAR TOTALS

G 41 41

AB 44 44

R 9 9

H 11 11

2B 3 3

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 2 2

*Elder played at UCLA in 1946 and 1947; his UCLA stats are not available.

FRANK ERNAGA (1957-1958) YR TEAM 1957 Chicago-NL 1958 Chicago-NL 2-YEAR TOTALS

G 20 9 29

AB 35 8 43

R 9 0 9

H 2B 17 5 119 32 104 30 45 13 61 10 46 14 395 104

3B 0 0 1 0 1 1 3

HR 3 15 15 6 6 4 49

RBI 12 54 46 28 34 15 189

BB 3 40 38 14 33 13 141

SB 0 4 14 8 4 0 30

CS AVG. 2 .274 3 .266 7 .257 0 .268 4 .244 1 .240 17 .257

Francisco at UCLA (2001-2002) YR 2001 2002 2 YEARS

GS-GP 55-54 38-37 93-91

AB 236 152 388

R 48 42 90

H 73 56 129

2B 3B 20 1 11 1 31 2

HR 6 6 12

RBI 42 37 79

BB 18 12 30

SO 33 8 41

SB CS AVG. 15 0 .309 20 5 .368 35 5 .332

MARK FYHRIE (1996-2002) YR TEAM W-L ERA 1996 New York-NL 0-1 15.43 1999 Anaheim 0-4 5.05 2000 Anaheim 0-0 2.39 2001 CHC/Oak. 0-2 3.15 2002 Oakland 2-4 4.44 5-YEAR TOTALS 2-11 4.00

G/GS IP CG SV 2/0 2.3 0 0 16/7 51.7 0 0 32/0 52.7 0 0 18/0 20.0 0 0 16/4 48.7 0 0 84/11 175.1 0 0

H 4 61 54 18 46 183

R 4 32 14 7 25 82

ER SO 4 0 29 26 14 43 7 11 24 29 78 109

BB HP 3 0 21 0 15 0 8 0 20 4 67 4

IP CG H R 64.2 1 69 39 101.2 2 104 63 2.0 0 3 1 38.0 0 38 20 206.1 3 214 123

ER 27 42 1 17 87

SO BB HP WP 46 31 5 1 58 40 6 4 2 1 1 0 33 17 3 5 139 89 15 10

Fyhrie at UCLA (1988-1991)

Conine at UCLA (1985-1987) YR 1985 1986 1987 3 YEARS

YR TEAM G AB R 2007 Cleveland 25 62 10 2008 Cleveland 121 447 65 2009 CLE/PHI 126 405 58 2010 Philadelphia 88 179 24 2011 Philadelphia 100 250 24 2012 TOR/HOU/TB 82 192 14 6-YEAR TOTALS 542 1535 195

H 11 1 12

2B 3 0 3

3B 2 0 2

HR 2 0 2

RBI 7 0 7

YR 1988 1989 1990 1991 4 YEARS

W-L 3-5 7-5 0-1 2-4 12-15

ERA G/GS 3.76 24/6 3.72 23/12 4.50 2/0 4.03 18/2 3.79 67/20

SV 1 4 0 5 10

MIKE GALLEGO (1985-1997) YR TEAM G AB R 1985 Oakland 76 77 13 1986 Oakland 20 37 2 1987 Oakland 72 124 18 1988 Oakland 129 277 38 1989 Oakland 133 357 45 1990 Oakland 140 389 36 1991 Oakland 159 482 67 1992 New York-AL 53 173 24 1993 New York-AL 119 403 63 1994 New York-AL 89 306 39 1995 Oakland 43 120 11 1996 St. Louis 51 143 12 1997 St. Louis 27 43 6 13-YEAR TOTALS 1111 2931 374

H 2B 16 5 10 2 31 6 58 8 90 14 80 13 119 15 44 7 114 20 73 17 28 0 30 2 7 2 700 111

3B 1 0 0 0 2 2 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 12

HR 1 0 2 2 3 3 12 3 10 6 0 0 0 42

RBI 9 4 14 20 30 34 49 14 54 41 8 4 1 282

BB 12 1 12 34 34 35 67 20 50 38 9 12 1 326

SB 1 0 0 2 7 5 6 0 3 0 0 0 0 24

CS AVG. 1 .208 2 .270 1 .250 3 .209 5 .252 5 .206 9 .247 1 .254 2 .283 1 .239 1 .233 0 .210 0 .163 31 .239

Gallego at UCLA (1979-1981) YR 1979 1980 1981 3 YEARS

GP/GS 56/----56/----46/46 158/-----

AB R 208 47 208 29 181 38 597 114

H 61 48 47 156

2B 3B 10 3 10 1 12 5 32 9

HR 2 3 6 11

RBI 28 27 33 88

BB 18 23 32 73

SO 35 25 22 82

SB CS AVG. 2 -- .293 4 -- .231 14 5 .260 20 -- .261

TROY GLAUS (1998-2010) YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 1998 Anaheim 48 165 19 36 9 1999 Anaheim 154 551 85 132 29 2000 Anaheim 159 563 120 160 37 2001 Anaheim 161 588 100 147 38 2002 Anaheim 156 569 99 142 24 2003 Anaheim 91 319 53 79 17 2004 Anaheim 58 207 47 52 11 2005 Arizona 149 538 78 139 29 2006 Toronto 153 540 105 136 27 2007 Toronto 115 385 60 101 19 2008 St. Louis 151 544 69 147 33 2009 St. Louis 14 29 2 5 2 2010 Atlanta 128 412 52 99 18 13-YEAR TOTALS 1537 5410 889 1375 293

3B HR 0 1 0 29 1 47 2 41 1 30 2 16 1 18 1 37 0 38 1 20 1 27 0 0 0 16 10 320

RBI 23 79 102 108 111 50 42 97 104 62 99 2 71 950

BB 15 71 112 107 88 46 31 84 86 61 87 3 63 854

SB 1 5 14 10 10 7 2 4 3 0 0 0 0 56

CS AVG. 0 .218 1 .240 11 .284 3 .250 3 .250 2 .248 3 .251 2 .258 2 .252 1 .262 1 .270 0 .172 0 .240 29 .254

Glaus at UCLA (1995-1997) YR 1995 1996 1997 3 YEARS

*Ernaga played at UCLA from 1949-1951; his UCLA stats are not available.

68

GS-GP 55-54 57-57 67-67 179-178

AB R 217 46 216 65 264 100 697 211

H 56 76 108 240

2B 3B 7 0 17 1 15 1 39 2

HR RBI BB SO 12 39 28 55 16 50 38 37 34 91 57 52 62 180 123 144

SB CS AVG. 2 3 .258 12 2 .352 10 0 .409 24 5 .344


UCLA’S ALL-TIME MAJOR LEAGUERS LUIS GOMEZ (1974-1981) YR TEAM G AB R H 1974 Minnesota 82 168 18 35 1975 Minnesota 89 72 7 10 1976 Minnesota 38 57 5 11 1977 Minnesota 32 65 6 16 1978 Toronto 153 413 39 92 1979 Toronto 59 163 11 39 1980 Atlanta 121 278 18 53 1981 Atlanta 35 35 4 7 609 1251 108 263 8-YEAR TOTALS

RANDY HENNIS (1990) 2B 1 0 1 4 7 7 6 0 26

3B 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 5

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 3 5 3 11 32 11 24 1 90

BB 12 4 3 4 34 6 16 6 86

SB CS AVG. 2 3 .208 0 2 .139 1 0 .193 0 2 .246 2 10 .223 1 0 .239 0 4 .191 0 1 .200 6 22 .210

SO -----

SB CS AVG. ------15 -- .221 8 -- .301 -------

Gomez at UCLA (1971-1973) YR 1971 1972 1973 3 YEARS

G AB R H stats unavailable --- 217 29 48 52 186 32 56 career stats incomplete

2B 3B --7 0 7 3 ---

HR -1 1 --

RBI -15 18 --

BB -----

MARV GUDAT (1929, 1932) YR TEAM 1929 Cincinnati 1932 Chicago-NL 2-YEAR TOTALS

G 9 60 69

AB 10 94 104

R 0 15 15

YR TEAM 1929 Cincinnati 1932 Chicago-NL 2-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA 1-1 3.37 0-0 0.00 1-1 3.25

H 2 24 26

G/GS 7/2 1/0 8/2

2B 0 4 4

3B 0 1 1

HR 0 1 1

IP CG SV 26.2 2 0 1.0 0 0 27.2 2 1

RBI 0 15 15 H 29 1 30

R 12 0 12

BB 0 16 16 ER 10 0 10

SB ---SO 0 2 2

CS AVG. -- .200 -- .255 -- .250 BB HP 4 0 0 0 4 0

*Gudat played at UCLA from 1924-1928; his UCLA stats are not available.

BOB HAMELIN (1993-1998) YR TEAM 1993 Kansas City 1994 Kansas City 1995 Kansas City 1996 Kansas City 1997 Detroit 1998 Milwaukee 6-YEAR TOTALS

G AB R 16 49 2 101 312 64 72 208 20 89 239 31 110 318 47 109 146 15 497 1272 179

H 11 88 35 61 86 32 313

2B 3 25 7 14 15 6 70

3B 0 1 1 1 0 0 3

HR 2 24 7 9 18 7 67

RBI 5 65 25 40 52 22 209

BB 6 56 26 54 48 16 206

SB 0 4 0 5 2 0 11

CS AVG. 0 .224 3 .282 1 .168 2 .255 1 .270 1 .219 8 .246

Hamelin at UCLA (1987) YR 1987 1-YEAR TOTALS

G 51 51

AB 130 130

R 37 37

H 47 47

2B 3B 13 0 13 0

HR 13 13

RBI 47 47

BB 33 33

SO 43 43

SB CS AVG. 10 2 .362 10 2 .362

BILL HASELMAN (1990-2003) YR TEAM 1990 Texas 1992 Seattle 1993 Seattle 1994 Seattle 1995 Boston 1996 Boston 1997 Boston 1998 Texas 1999 Detroit 2000 Texas 2001 Texas 2002 Texas 2003 Boston 13-YEAR TOTALS

G AB R 7 13 0 8 19 1 58 137 21 38 83 11 64 152 22 77 237 33 67 212 22 40 105 11 48 143 13 62 193 23 47 130 12 69 179 16 4 3 0 589 1606 185

H 2 5 35 16 37 65 50 33 39 53 37 44 0 416

2B 0 0 8 7 6 13 15 6 8 18 6 7 0 94

3B 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

HR 0 0 5 1 5 8 6 6 4 6 3 3 0 47

RBI 3 0 16 8 23 34 26 17 14 26 25 18 0 210

BB 1 0 12 3 17 19 15 3 10 15 8 11 0 114

SB 0 0 2 1 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 9

CS AVG. 0 .154 0 .263 1 .255 0 .193 2 .243 2 .274 2 .236 0 .314 0 .273 1 .275 1 .285 0 .246 0 .000 9 .259

Haselman at UCLA (1986-1987) YR 1986 1987 2 YEARS

G 41 65 106

AB 129 257 386

R 31 53 84

H 47 78 125

2B 3B 12 0 13 1 25 1

HR 11 9 20

RBI 44 51 95

BB 9 28 37

SO 25 42 67

SB CS AVG. 5 0 .364 16 6 .304 21 6 .324

YR TEAM 1990 Houston 1-YEAR TOTAL

W-L ERA 0-0 0.00 0-0 0.00

G/GS 3/1 3/1

IP CG SV 9.2 0 0 9.2 0 0

H 1 1

R 0 0

ER 0 0

SO 4 4

BB HP 3 1 3 1

Hennis at UCLA (1985-1987) YR 1985 1986 1987 3 YEARS

W-L 4-0 6-7 9-4 19-11

ERA G/GS 6.35 12/4 4.97 16/15 5.81 23/18 5.56 41/37

SV 0 0 0 0

IP CG H R ER 34.0 0 41 29 24 94.0 5 111 69 52 110.0 2 112 78 71 238.0 7 264 176 147

SO BB HP WP 15 21 1 4 54 41 6 8 81 58 9 4 150 120 16 16

TOM JACQUEZ (2000) YR TEAM 2000 Philadelphia 1-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA 0-0 11.05 0-0 11.05

G/GS 9/0 9/0

IP CG SV 7.1 0 1 7.1 0 1

H 10 10

R 9 9

R 19 8 62 89

ER 16 4 44 64

ER 9 9

SO 6 6

BB HP 3 0 3 0

Jacquez at UCLA (1995-1997) YR 1995 1996 1997 3 YEARS

W-L 0-1 1-1 10-4 11-6

ERA G/GS 5.14 13/1 4.50 5/0 3.06 19/17 3.48 37/180

SV 0 0 0 0

IP CG H 28.0 0 33 8.0 0 9 129.1 2 115 165.1 2 157

SO BB HP WP 7 11 1 3 11 1 1 1 100 42 11 3 118 54 13 7

ERIC KARROS (1991-2004) YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 1991 Los Angeles 14 14 0 1 1 1992 Los Angeles 149 545 63 140 30 1993 Los Angeles 158 619 74 153 27 1994 Los Angeles 111 406 51 108 21 1995 Los Angeles 143 551 83 164 29 1996 Los Angeles 154 608 84 158 29 1997 Los Angeles 162 628 86 167 28 1998 Los Angeles 139 507 59 150 20 1999 Los Angeles 153 578 74 176 40 2000 Los Angeles 155 584 84 146 29 2001 Los Angeles 121 438 42 103 22 2002 Los Angeles 142 524 52 142 26 2003 Chicago-NL 114 336 37 96 16 2004 Oakland 40 103 8 20 6 14-YEAR TOTALS 1755 6441 797 1724 324

3B HR RBI 0 0 1 1 20 88 2 23 80 1 14 46 3 32 105 1 34 111 0 31 104 1 23 87 0 34 112 0 31 106 0 15 63 1 13 73 1 12 40 0 2 11 11 284 1027

BB 1 37 34 29 61 53 61 47 53 63 41 37 28 7 552

SB 0 2 0 2 4 8 15 7 8 4 3 4 1 1 59

CS AVG. 0 .071 4 .257 1 .247 0 .266 4 .298 0 .260 7 .266 2 .296 5 .304 3 .250 1 .235 2 .271 1 .286 0 .194 30 .268

Karros at UCLA (1986-1988) YR 1986 1987 1988 3 YEARS

G 12 66 58 136

AB R 22 6 269 62 241 53 532 121

H 10 84 100 194

2B 3B 1 0 23 3 14 2 38 5

HR RBI 1 12 8 57 17 54 26 123

BB 1 34 33 68

SO 3 34 28 65

SB CS AVG. 0 0 .454 8 2 .312 11 3 .415 19 5 .365

RICK KESTER (1968-1970) YR TEAM 1968 Atlanta 1969 Atlanta 1970 Atlanta 3-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA 0-0 5.68 0-0 13.50 0-0 5.57 0-0 5.98

G/GS 5/0 1/0 15/0 21/0

IP CG SV 6.1 0 0 2.0 0 0 32.1 0 0 40.2 0 0

H 8 5 36 49

R 4 3 24 31

ER 4 3 20 27

SO 9 2 20 31

BB HP 3 0 0 0 19 0 22 0

IP CG H 100.0 -- 92 83.0 -- 58 183.0 -- 150

R 48 36 84

ER 29 22 51

SO BB HP WP 98 48 --104 36 --202 84 ---

H 12 14 26

R 9 8 17

ER 8 8 16

Kester at UCLA (1966-1967) YR 1966 1967 2 YEARS

W-L ERA 4-7 2.61 10-2 2.35 14-9 2.51

G 36 20 56

SV ----

TIM KUBINSKI (1997-1999) YR TEAM 1997 Oakland 1999 Oakland 2-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA 0-0 5.68 0-0 5.84 0-0 5.76

G/GS 11/0 11/4 22/4

IP CG SV 12.2 0 0 12.1 0 0 25.0 0 0

SO 10 7 17

BB HP 6 1 5 1 11 2

Kubinski at UCLA (1991-1993) YR 1991 1992 1993 3 YEARS

W-L 4-2 5-1 11-3 20-6

ERA G/GS 4.88 17/1 4.24 19/9 4.03 17/17 4.22 53/27

SV 0 0 0 0

IP CG H R ER 31.1 0 34 19 17 70.0 1 63 42 33 125.0 4 126 63 56 226.1 5 233 124 106

SO BB HP WP 21 19 3 1 43 30 7 6 86 35 8 10 150 84 18 17

TIM LEARY (1981-1994) YR TEAM W-L 1981 New York-NL 0-0 1983 New York-NL 1-1 1984 New York-NL 3-3 1985 Milwaukee 1-4 1986 Milwaukee 12-12 1987 Los Angeles 3-11 1988 Los Angeles 17-11 1989 L.A./Cin. 8-14 1990 New York-AL 9-19 1991 New York-AL 4-10 1992 NYY/Seattle 8-10 1993 Seattle 11-9 1994 Texas 1-1 13-YEAR TOTALS78-105

ERA G/GS IP CG SV H R ER 0.00 1/1 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 3.38 2/2 10.2 1 0 15 10 4 4.02 20/7 53.2 0 0 61 28 24 4.05 5/5 33.1 0 0 40 18 15 4.21 33/30 188.1 3 0 216 97 88 4.76 39/12 107.2 0 1 121 62 57 2.91 35/34 228.2 9 0 201 87 74 3.52 33/31 207.0 2 0 205 84 81 4.11 31/31 208.0 6 0 202 105 95 6.49 28/28 120.2 1 0 150 89 87 5.36 26/23 141.0 3 0 131 89 84 5.05 33/27 169.1 0 0 202 104 95 8.14 6/3 21.0 0 0 26 19 19 4.36 292/224 1491.1 25 1 1570 792 723

SO BB HP 3 1 0 9 4 0 29 18 2 29 8 1 110 53 7 61 36 2 180 56 6 123 68 5 138 78 7 83 57 4 46 87 9 68 58 8 9 11 1 888 535 52

Leary at UCLA (1977-1979) YR 1977 1978 1979 3 YEARS

Eric Karros

69

W-L 4-7 5-5 12-3 21-15

ERA G/GS 3.43 14/8 3.42 17/13 2.72 22/19 3.09 53/40

SV 0 0 0 0

IP CG H R ER 65.2 -- 63 48 25 94.2 -- 90 44 36 145.2 -- 124 57 44 306.0 -- 277 101 105

SO BB HP WP 59 36 7 4 88 50 6 4 111 60 0 6 258 146 13 14


UCLA’S ALL-TIME MAJOR LEAGUERS TOREY LOVULLO (1988-1999) YR TEAM G 1988 Detroit 12 1989 Detroit 29 1991 New York-AL 22 1993 California 116 1994 Seattle 36 1996 Oakland 65 1998 Cleveland 6 1999 Philadelphia 17 303 8-YEAR TOTALS

AB 21 87 51 367 72 82 19 38 737

R H 2 8 8 10 0 9 42 92 9 16 15 18 1 4 3 8 80 165

2B 1 2 2 20 5 4 1 0 35

ERIC NOLTE (1987-1991)

3B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

HR 1 1 0 6 2 3 0 2 15

RBI 2 4 2 30 7 9 1 5 60

BB 1 14 5 36 9 11 1 3 80

SB 0 0 0 7 1 1 0 0 9

CS AVG. 0 .381 0 .115 0 .176 6 .251 0 .222 2 .220 0 .211 0 .211 8 .224

SO 19 21 28 26 94

SB CS AVG. 1 2 .219 1 1 .321 4 2 .317 7 1 .350 13 6 .311

Lovullo at UCLA (1984-1987) YR 1984 1985 1986 1987 4 YEARS

GP/GS 51/48 61/----62/62 66/----240/-----

AB R H 146 23 32 218 50 70 255 55 81 237 83 83 856 211 266

2B 3B 1 0 13 0 15 16 15 3 44 19

HR RBI BB 0 14 22 11 36 43 3 16 36 24 73 79 38 139 180

SHANE MACK (1987-1998) YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 3B 1987 San Diego 105 238 38 57 11 3 1988 San Diego 56 119 13 29 3 0 1990 Minnesota 125 313 50 102 10 4 1991 Minnesota 143 442 79 137 27 8 1992 Minnesota 156 600 101 189 31 6 1993 Minnesota 128 503 66 139 30 4 1994 Minnesota 81 303 55 101 21 2 1997 Boston 60 130 13 41 7 0 1998 Oak./K.C. 69 209 31 58 15 1 923 2857 436 853 155 28 9-YEAR TOTALS

HR 4 0 8 18 16 10 15 3 6 80

RBI BB SB CS AVG. 25 18 4 6 .239 12 14 5 1 .244 44 29 13 4 .326 74 34 13 9 .310 75 64 26 14 .315 61 41 15 5 .276 61 32 4 1 .333 17 9 2 1 .315 29 15 8 2 .278 298 256 90 43 .299

Mack at UCLA (1982-1984) YR 1982 1983 1984 3 YEARS

GP/GS 53/48 49/49 57/56 159/153

AB R 183 43 210 54 213 61 606 158

H 56 88 75 219

2B 3B 9 5 14 3 15 2 38 10

HR RBI 2 29 11 60 16 53 29 142

BB 27 18 36 81

SO 25 26 26 77

SB CS AVG. 7 2 .306 20 4 .419 17 5 .352 44 11 .361

YR TEAM 1987 San Diego 1988 San Diego 1989 San Diego 1991 S.D./Texas 4-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA 2-6 3.21 0-0 6.00 0-0 11.00 3-2 10.22 5-8 5.63

G/GS IP CG SV 12/12 67.1 1 0 2/0 3.0 0 0 3/1 9.0 0 0 9/6 24.2 0 0 26/19 104.0 1 0

H 57 3 15 40 115

R 28 2 12 28 70

ER 24 2 11 28 65

SO 44 1 8 16 69

BB HP 36 2 2 0 7 0 13 0 58 2

R 10 61 71

ER 10 54 64

SO BB HP WP 8 15 1 3 45 60 2 0 53 75 3 3

Nolte at UCLA (1984-1985) YR 1984 1985 2 YEARS

W-L ERA G/GS 0-0 7.50 6/3 6-2 6.75 24/11 6-2 6.86 30/14

SV 0 0 0

IP CG 12.0 0 72.0 1 84.0 1

H 11 74 85

JIM PARQUE (1998-2003) YR TEAM W-L ERA G/GS IP CG SV 1998 Chicago-AL 7-5 5.10 21/21 113.0 0 0 1999 Chicago-AL 9-15 5.13 31/30 173.2 1 0 2000 Chicago-AL 13-6 4.28 33/32 187.0 0 0 2001 Chicago-AL 0-3 8.04 5/5 28.0 1 0 2002 Chicago-AL 1-4 9.95 8/4 25.1 0 0 2003 Tampa Bay 1-1 11.94 5/5 17.1 0 0 6-YEAR TOTALS 31-34 5.42 103/97 544.1 2 0

H R ER SO BB 135 72 64 77 44 210 111 99 111 79 208 105 89 111 71 36 26 25 15 10 34 29 28 13 16 27 23 23 8 16 650 366 328 335 241

HP 6 10 11 2 1 1 31

Parque at UCLA (1995-1997) YR 1995 1996 1997 3 YEARS

W-L 6-3 9-3 13-2 28-8

ERA G/GS 3.94 14/14 3.72 18/17 3.08 19/19 3.55 51/50

SV 0 0 0 0

IP CG H R ER 89.0 2 90 45 39 125.2 5 142 71 52 120.0 3 117 56 41 334.2 10 349 172 132

SO BB HP WP 84 35 1 0 116 38 4 9 119 63 5 12 319 136 10 21

CHRIS PRITCHETT (1996-2000) YR TEAM 1996 California 1998 Anaheim 1999 Anaheim 2000 Philadelphia 4-YEAR TOTALS

G 5 31 20 5 61

AB 13 80 45 11 149

R 1 12 3 0 16

H 2 23 7 1 33

2B 0 2 1 0 3

3B 0 1 0 0 1

HR 0 2 1 0 3

RBI 1 8 2 0 11

BB 0 4 2 1 7

SB 0 2 1 0 3

CS AVG. 0 .154 0 .288 1 .156 0 .091 1 .221

SO 7 36 47 90

SB CS AVG. 0 0 .238 3 2 .368 6 1 .328 9 3 .341

BB 2 2

SB 0 0

SO ---

SB CS AVG. 4 -- .263 4 -- .263

Pritchett at UCLA (1989-1991)

MIKE MAGNANTE (1991-2002) YR TEAM W-L ERA G/GS IP CG SV 1991 Kansas City 0-1 2.45 38/0 55.0 0 0 1992 Kansas City 4-9 4.94 44/12 89.1 0 0 1993 Kansas City 1-2 4.08 7/6 35.1 0 0 1994 Kansas City 2-3 4.60 36/1 47.0 0 0 1995 Kansas City 1-1 4.23 28/0 44.2 0 0 1996 Kansas City 2-2 5.67 38/0 54.0 0 0 1997 Houston 3-1 2.27 40/0 47.2 0 1 1998 Houston 4-7 4.88 48/0 51.2 0 2 1999 Anaheim 5-2 3.38 53/0 69.1 0 0 2000 Oakland 1-1 4.31 55/0 39.2 0 0 2001 Oakland 3-1 2.77 65/0 55.1 0 0 2002 Oakland 0-2 5.97 32/0 28.2 0 0 12-YEAR TOTALS 26-32 4.08 484/19 617.2 0 3

H R ER SO BB HP 55 19 15 42 23 0 115 53 49 31 35 2 37 16 16 16 11 1 55 27 24 21 16 0 45 23 21 28 16 2 58 38 34 32 24 4 39 16 12 43 11 0 56 28 28 39 26 4 68 30 26 44 29 3 50 22 19 17 19 2 50 23 17 23 13 1 38 22 19 11 11 1 666 317 280 347 234 20

Magnante at UCLA (1984-1988) YR 1984 1986 1987 1988 4 YEARS

W-L 2-0 2-0 4-1 14-4 22-5

ERA G/GS 5.40 7/0 4.43 6/3 6.23 15/1 3.93 25/21 4.30 53/25

SV 0 0 0 1 1

IP CG H R 8.2 0 8 6 22.1 0 24 15 34.2 0 38 26 137.1 7 139 74 203.0 7 209 121

ER 2 11 24 60 97

SO BB HP WP 5 4 0 0 14 14 1 1 22 28 4 1 101 51 9 5 142 97 14 7

RYAN McGUIRE (1997-2002) YR TEAM G 1997 Montreal 84 1998 Montreal 130 1999 Montreal 88 2000 New York-NL 1 2001 Florida 48 2002 Baltimore 17 368 6-YEAR TOTALS

AB 199 210 140 2 54 26 631

R H 22 51 17 39 17 31 0 0 8 10 0 2 64 133

2B 15 9 7 0 2 1 34

3B 2 0 2 0 0 0 4

HR 3 1 2 0 1 0 7

RBI 17 10 18 0 8 2 55

BB 19 32 27 1 7 2 88

SB 1 0 1 0 1 0 3

CS AVG. 4 .256 0 .186 1 .221 0 .000 0 .185 0 .077 5 .211

McGuire at UCLA (1991-1993) YR 1991 1992 1993 3 YEARS

G 51 63 60 174

AB R 135 30 234 56 221 71 590 157

H 43 74 83 200

2B 3B 13 1 19 1 11 0 43 2

HR RBI BB SO 7 30 25 29 14 61 48 41 26 91 62 38 47 182 135 108

SB CS AVG. 1 2 .319 15 2 .316 14 3 .376 30 7 .339

YR 1989 1990 1991 3 YEARS

G 25 67 58 150

AB R 42 5 277 73 241 52 560 130

H 10 102 79 191

2B 3B 2 0 14 1 11 0 27 1

HR RBI 0 5 13 67 18 57 31 129

MIKE REINBACH (1974) YR TEAM 1974 Baltimore 1-YEAR TOTAL

G 12 12

AB 20 20

R 2 2

H 5 5

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

AB 24 71 77 214 97 128 94 30 735

R H 3 4 5 13 13 23 23 55 11 24 10 28 8 20 3 5 76 172

2B 0 2 7 11 7 8 4 1 40

3B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

HR 0 1 5 11 2 4 1 0 24

RBI BB 4 3 8 6 14 9 31 16 12 5 18 9 9 7 2 2 98 193

SB 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

YR 1969 1 YEAR

GP ---

AB 76 76

R 13 13

H 20 20

2B 3B 6 0 6 0

HR 1 1

GP 63 60 123

AB R 228 43 250 64 478 107

H 59 86 145

2B 3B 10 3 19 2 29 5

HR 10 10 20

RBI 41 50 91

BB 47 34 81

SO 50 30 80

RBI 2 2

CS AVG. 0 .250 0 .250

RBI 13 13

BB ---

DAVE ROBERTS (1999-2008) YR TEAM G AB R H 1999 Cleveland 41 143 26 34 2000 Cleveland 19 10 1 2 2001 Cleveland 15 12 3 4 2002 Los Angeles 127 422 63 117 97 2003 Los Angeles 107 388 56 2004 L.A./Bos. 113 319 110 81 2005 San Diego 115 411 65 113 2006 San Diego 129 499 80 146 2007 San Francisco 114 396 61 103 2008 San Francisco 52 107 18 24 10-YEAR TOTALS 832 2707 437 721

2B 3B 4 0 0 0 1 0 14 7 6 5 14 7 19 10 18 13 17 9 2 2 95 53

HR 2 0 0 3 2 4 8 2 2 0 23

RBI BB SB CS 12 9 11 3 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 34 48 45 10 16 43 40 14 35 38 38 3 38 53 23 12 44 51 49 6 23 42 31 5 9 18 5 3 213 307 243 58

AVG. .238 .200 .333 .277 .250 .254 .275 .293 .260 .224 .266

Roberts at UCLA (1991-1994) YR 1991 1992 1993 1994 4 YEARS

GP 9 63 60 58 190

AB R 5 1 257 51 247 65 235 60 744 177

H 1 85 73 83 242

2B 3B 0 0 11 7 12 0 12 3 35 10

HR 0 2 3 3 8

CS AVG. 0 .167 0 .183 0 .299 1 .257 0 .247 1 .219 0 213 0 .167 2 .234

Melhuse at UCLA (1992-1993) YR 1992 1993 2 YEARS

HR 0 0

Reinbach at UCLA (1969)

ADAM MELHUSE (2000-2008) YR TEAM G 2000 L.A./Col. 24 2001 Colorado 40 2003 Oakland 40 2004 Oakland 69 2005 Oakland 39 2006 Oakland 49 2007 Oak/Texas 35 2008 Texas/Col. 15 311 8-YEAR TOTALS

BB 4 28 29 61

SB CS AVG. 9 3 .259 5 6 .344 14 9 .303

Dave Roberts

70

RBI BB 0 1 27 37 28 51 27 39 82 128

SO SB 1 0 32 36 33 28 21 45 87 109

CS AVG. 0 .200 11 .331 8 .296 13 .353 32 .325


UCLA’S ALL-TIME MAJOR LEAGUERS ALEX SANCHEZ (1989) YR TEAM 1989 Toronto 1-YEAR TOTALS

W-L ERA 0-1 10.03 0-1 10.03

G/GS 4/3 4/3

IP CG SV 11.2 0 0 11.2 0 0

H 16 16

R 13 13

ER 13 13

SO 4 4

BB HP 14 0 14 0

Sanchez at UCLA (1985-1987) YR 1985 1986 1987 3 YEARS

W-L 5-7 16-3 6-7 27-17

ERA G/GS 5.26 22/16 4.06 23/19 5.92 28/23 4.98 73/58

SV 0 0 1 1

IP CG H R ER 95.2 1 98 68 56 139.1 5 130 78 63 106.1 0 110 92 70 341.1 6 338 238 189

SO BB HP WP 85 46 3 1 142 71 4 4 101 95 8 9 328 212 15 14

DAVE SCHMIDT (1981-1992) YR TEAM W-L ERA G/GS IP CG SV 1981 Texas 0-1 3.13 14/1 31.2 0 1 1982 Texas 4-6 3.20 33/8 109.2 0 6 1983 Texas 3-3 3.88 31/0 46.1 0 2 1984 Texas 6-6 2.56 43/0 70.1 0 12 1985 Texas 7-6 3.15 51/4 85.2 1 5 1986 Chicago-AL 3-6 3.31 49/1 92.1 0 8 1987 Baltimore 10-5 3.77 35/14 124.0 2 1 1988 Baltimore 8-5 3.40 41/9 129.2 0 2 1989 Baltimore 10-13 5.69 38/26 156.2 2 0 1990 Montreal 3-3 4.31 34/0 48.0 0 13 1991 Montreal 0-1 10.38 4/0 4.1 0 0 1992 Seattle 0-0 18.90 3/0 3.1 0 0 12-YEAR TOTALS 54-55 3.88 376/63 902.0 5 50

H R ER SO BB HP 31 11 11 13 11 1 118 45 39 69 25 5 42 20 20 20 14 1 69 30 20 46 20 0 81 36 30 46 22 0 94 37 34 67 27 5 128 57 52 70 26 1 129 58 49 67 38 3 196 102 99 46 36 2 58 26 23 22 13 0 9 5 5 3 2 0 3.1 7 7 1 3 0 962 434 389 479 237 18

Schmidt at UCLA (1977-1979) YR 1977 1978 1979 3 YEARS

W-L 6-3 8-2 10-2 24-7

ERA G/GS 3.50 13/13 2.91 14/8 5.09 19/18 4.00 46/39

SV 0 0 0 0

IP CG H R 64.1 -- 66 33 65.0 -- 52 23 93.2 -- 100 62 223.0 -- 210 118

ER 25 21 53 99

SO BB HP WP 47 29 2 6 43 39 2 1 81 49 1 7 171 117 5 14

RANDY SCHWARTZ (1965-1966) YR TEAM 1965 Kansas City 1966 Kansas City 2-YEAR TOTALS

G 6 10 16

AB 7 11 18

R 0 0 0

H 2 1 3

2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 1 1 2

BB 0 1 1

SB 0 0 0

CS AVG. 0 .286 0 .091 0 .167

SO ----

SB CS AVG. 1 -- .354 -----------

BB 0 0

SB 0 0

SO 28 28 56

SB CS AVG. 6 3 .345 4 1 .314 10 4 .332

BB 7 7

SB ---

Schwartz at UCLA (1963-1964) YR 1963 1964 2 YEARS

Jackie Robinson YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 3B HR 1947 Brooklyn 151 590 125 175 31 5 12 1948 Brooklyn 147 574 109 170 38 8 12 1949 Brooklyn 156 593 122 203 38 12 16 1950 Brooklyn 144 518 99 170 39 4 14 1951 Brooklyn 153 548 106 185 33 7 19 1952 Brooklyn 149 510 104 157 17 3 19 1953 Brooklyn 136 484 109 159 34 7 12 1954 Brooklyn 124 386 62 120 22 4 15 1955 Brooklyn 105 317 51 81 6 2 8 1956 Brooklyn 117 357 61 98 15 2 10 10-YEAR TOTALS 1382 4877 947 1518 273 54 137

RBI BB SB CS AVG. 48 74 29 -- .297 85 57 22 -- .296 124 86 37 -- .342 81 80 12 -- .328 88 79 25 8 .338 75 106 24 7 .308 95 74 17 4 .329 59 63 7 3 .311 36 61 12 3 .256 43 60 12 5 .275 734 740 197 30 .311

Robinson at UCLA (1940) G AB R H 2B 3B complete stats unavailable --career stats incomplete ---

HR 5 ---

HR ---

RBI ---

BB ---

SO ---

SB CS AVG. --- .097 --- .097

YR TEAM 1996 Texas 1-YEAR TOTALS

G 5 5

AB 6 6

R 1 1

H 0 0

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

H 11 37 82 6 34 68 13 5 256

2B 0 8 16 1 9 13 3 1 51

3B 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3

YR 1986 1987 2 YEARS

GP/GS 50/43 40/----90/-----

AB 171 118 289

R 41 27 68

H 59 37 96

2B 3B 10 1 10 2 20 3

HR 3 5 8

HR 0 1 6 1 3 5 1 0 17

RBI 0 12 35 2 13 42 4 5 113

BB 6 21 47 2 35 61 14 4 190

SB 1 5 9 0 6 2 1 0 24

G 52 52

AB 197 197

R 36 36

H 56 56

2B 3B 8 2 8 2

HR 9 9

RBI 40 40

BB 35 35

SO 27 27

YR TEAM 1942 Chicago-AL 1-YEAR TOTALS

G 13 13

AB 36 36

R 1 1

H 7 7

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

CS AVG. 1 .234 0 .259 4 .239 0 .300 2 .256 2 .247 0 .167 0 .135 9 .238

SB CS AVG. 9 -- .284 9 -- .284

H R ER SO BB HP 3 4 3 2 1 1 62 26 24 31 23 2 54 31 28 28 26 2 62 23 17 38 34 1 83 42 38 41 40 2 34 19 16 14 14 0 39 19 15 16 9 1 337 164 141 170 147 8

Rucker at UCLA (1976-1977) YR 1976 1977 2 YEARS

W-L ERA 2-0 4.15 4-3 3.49 6-3 3.61

G/GS 5/0 22/4 27/4

SV 0 3 3

IP CG 13.0 -59.1 4 72.1 --

H 18 62 80

R 6 27 33

ER 6 23 29

RBI 0 0

RBI 24 22 46

BB 18 13 31

HR 0 0

RBI 3 3

*Sketchley played at UCLA from 1938-1941; his UCLA stats are not available.

DAVE RUCKER (1981-1988) YR TEAM W-L ERA G/GS IP CG SV 1981 Detroit 0-0 6.75 2/0 4.0 0 0 1982 Detroit 5-6 3.38 27/4 64.0 1 0 1983 Det./STL 6-5 5.48 38/3 46.0 0 0 1984 St. Louis 2-3 2.10 50/0 73.0 0 0 1985 Philadelphia 3-2 4.31 39/3 79.1 0 0 1986 Philadelphia 0-2 5.76 19/0 25.0 0 0 1988 Pittsburgh 0-2 4.76 31/0 28.1 0 0 7-YEAR TOTALS 16-20 3.97 206/10 319.2 1 0

HR 0 0

CS AVG. 0 .000 0 .000

BUD SKETCHLEY (1942)

Ron Roenicke at UCLA (1977) YR 1977 1 YEAR

BB ----

Scruggs at UCLA (1986-1987)

RON ROENICKE (1981-1988) YR TEAM G AB R 1981 Los Angeles 22 47 6 1982 Los Angeles 109 143 18 1983 L.A./Seattle 140 343 35 1984 San Diego 12 20 4 1985 San Francisco 65 133 23 1986 Philadelphia 102 275 42 1987 Philadelphia 63 78 9 1988 Cincinnati 14 37 4 8-YEAR TOTALS 527 1076 141

RBI 26 ---

TONY SCRUGGS (1996-2000)

JACKIE ROBINSON (1947-1956)

YR 1940 1 YEAR

G AB R H 2B 3B -- 145 24 51 14 2 stats unavailable ---career stats incomplete ---

SO BB HP WP 7 7 1 1 32 35 1 4 39 42 2 5

Ron Roenicke

71

CS AVG. -- .194 -- .194


UCLA’S ALL-TIME MAJOR LEAGUERS DON SLAUGHT (1982-1997) YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 1982 Kansas City 43 115 14 32 6 1983 Kansas City 83 276 21 86 13 1984 Kansas City 124 409 48 108 27 1985 Texas 102 343 34 96 17 1986 Texas 95 314 39 83 17 1987 New York-AL 95 237 25 53 15 1988 New York-AL 97 322 33 91 25 1989 New York-AL 117 350 34 88 21 1990 Pittsburgh 84 230 27 69 18 1991 Pittsburgh 77 220 19 65 17 1992 Pittsburgh 87 255 26 88 17 1993 Pittsburgh 116 377 34 113 19 1994 Pittsburgh 76 240 21 69 7 1995 Pittsburgh 35 112 13 34 6 1996 Cal./Chi-AL 76 243 25 76 10 1997 San Diego 20 20 2 0 0 16-YEAR TOTALS 1327 4063 415 1151 235

3B 0 4 4 4 1 2 1 3 3 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 28

HR 3 0 4 8 13 8 9 5 4 1 4 10 2 0 6 0 77

RBI 8 28 42 35 46 16 32 38 29 29 37 55 21 13 36 0 476

BB 9 11 20 20 16 24 24 30 27 21 17 29 34 9 15 5 311

SB 0 3 0 5 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 18

CS AVG. 0 .278 1 .312 0 .264 4 .280 2 .264 3 .224 0 .283 1 .251 1 .300 0 .295 2 .345 1 .300 0 .288 0 .304 0 .313 0 .000 15 .283

Slaught at UCLA (1977-1980) YR 1977 1979 1980 3 YEARS

GS 12 45 53 110

AB 28 152 212 392

R 1 38 28 67

H 7 65 62 134

2B 3B 2 0 15 1 7 3 24 4

HR 0 7 4 11

RBI 5 41 34 80

BB 1 19 18 38

SO 2 12 11 25

SB CS AVG. 2 -- .250 4 -- .428 10 -- .292 16 -- .342

BB 8 6 0 14

SB -----

HAL SPINDEL (1939, 1945-1946) YR TEAM 1939 St. Louis 1945 Philadelphia 1946 Philadelphia 3-YEAR TOTALS

G 48 36 1 85

AB 119 87 3 209

R 13 7 0 20

H 32 20 1 53

2B 3 3 0 6

3B 1 0 0 1

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 11 8 1 20

CS AVG. -- .269 -- .230 -- .333 -- .254

*Spindel played at UCLA between 1931-1938; his UCLA stats are not available.

EDDIE “BUD” STEWART (1941-1942, 1948-1954) YR TEAM 1941 Pittsburgh 1942 Pittsburgh 1948 NYY/Wash. 1949 Washington 1950 Washington 1951 Chicago-AL 1952 Chicago-AL 1953 Chicago-AL 1954 Chicago-AL 9-YEAR TOTALS

G AB R 73 172 27 82 183 21 124 406 57 118 388 58 118 378 46 95 217 40 92 225 23 53 59 16 18 13 0 773 2041 288

H 46 40 113 110 101 60 60 16 1 547

2B 7 8 18 23 15 13 10 2 0 96

3B 0 4 13 4 6 5 0 0 0 32

HR 0 0 7 8 4 6 5 2 0 32

RBI 10 20 69 43 35 40 30 13 0 260

BB 12 22 49 49 46 29 28 14 3 252

SB 3 2 8 6 5 1 3 1 0 29

CS AVG. -- .267 -- .219 9 .278 4 .284 4 .267 6 .276 0 .267 0 .271 0 .077 23 .268

BB 4 0 2 28 7 41

SB 0 0 0 0 0 0

CS AVG. 0 .098 0 .200 0 .214 1 .267 0 .186 1 .234

*Stewart played at UCLA from 1934-1937; his UCLA stats are not available.

ERIC VALENT (2001-2005) YR TEAM G 2001 Philadelphia 22 2002 Philadelphia 7 2003 Cincinnati 18 2004 New York-NL 130 2005 New York-NL 28 5-YEAR TOTALS 205

AB 41 10 42 270 43 406

R 3 1 3 39 4 50

H 4 2 9 72 8 95

2B 2 0 0 15 3 20

3B 0 0 0 2 0 2

HR 0 0 0 13 0 13

RBI 1 0 1 34 1 37

Valent at UCLA (1996-1998) YR 1996 1997 1998 3 YEARS

GP/GS 64/62 67/67 57/57 188/186

AB R 228 56 274 74 220 69 722 199

H 66 93 74 233

2B 3B 12 0 16 3 10 1 38 4

HR RBI BB SO 12 55 35 33 27 91 37 46 30 73 36 37 69 219 108 116

SB CS AVG. 6 0 .289 3 2 .339 4 2 .336 13 4 .323

COLIN WARD (1985) YR TEAM W-L ERA 1985 San Francisco 0-0 4.38 1-YEAR TOTAL 0-0 4.38

G/GS 6/2 6/2

IP CG SV 12.1 0 0 12.1 0 0

H 10 10

R 6 6

ER 6 6

SO 8 8

BB HP 7 0 7 0

W-L ERA G/GS 3-5 7.59 20/11 7-6 4.51 25/21 10-11 5.65 45/32

SV 0 0 0

WES WHISLER (2009) YR TEAM 2009 Chicago-AL 1-YEAR TOTAL

W-L ERA 0-0 13.50 0-0 13.50

G/GS 3/0 3/0

IP CG SV 1.1 0 0 1.1 0 0

H 0 0

R 2 2

ER 2 2

SO 2 2

BB HP 3 0 3 0

Whisler at UCLA (2002-2004) YR 2002 2003 2004 3 YEARS

W-L 5-2 3-7 3-5 11-14

ERA G/GS 4.06 18/13 5.66 15/15 5.24 16/15 4.99 49/43

SV 0 0 0 0

IP CG H R ER 84.1 1 94 52 38 82.2 1 96 63 52 92.2 2 103 58 54 259.2 4 293 173 144

SO BB HP WP 59 40 8 7 53 30 7 4 60 35 13 2 172 105 28 13

JIM YORK (1970-1976) YR TEAM W-L ERA 1970 Kansas City 1-1 3.38 1971 Kansas City 5-5 2.89 1972 Houston 0-1 5.25 1973 Houston 3-4 4.42 1974 Houston 2-2 3.29 1975 Houston 4-4 3.86 1976 New York-AL 1-0 5.59 6-YEAR TOTALS 16-17 3.79

G/GS IP CG SV 4/0 8.0 0 0 53/0 93.1 0 3 26/0 36.0 0 0 41/0 53.0 0 6 28/0 38.1 0 1 19/4 46.2 0 0 3/0 9.2 0 0 174/4 285.0 0 10

H R ER SO BB HP 5 3 3 6 2 0 70 32 30 103 44 3 45 21 21 25 18 1 65 26 26 22 20 1 48 20 14 15 19 1 43 22 20 17 25 5 14 7 6 6 4 1 290 131 120 194 132 12

York at UCLA (1968-1969) YR 1968 1969 2 YEARS

W-L ERA 7-4 1.48 2-2 2.55 9-6 2.01

G 27 21 48

SV ----

IP CG 60.2 -42.1 -103.0 --

H 45 32 77

R 16 15 31

ER 10 13 23

SO BB HP WP 70 24 --32 18 --102 42 ---

MATT YOUNG (1983-1993) YR TEAM W-L ERA G/GS IP CG SV H R ER 1983 Seattle 11-15 3.27 33/32 203.2 5 0 178 86 74 1984 Seattle 6-8 5.72 22/22 113.1 1 0 141 81 72 1985 Seattle 12-19 4.91 37/35 218.1 5 1 242 135 119 1986 Seattle 8-6 3.82 65/5 103.2 1 13 108 50 44 1987 Los Angeles 5-8 4.47 47/0 54.1 0 11 62 30 27 1989 Oakland 1-4 6.75 26/4 37.1 0 0 42 31 28 1990 Seattle 8-18 3.51 34/33 225.1 7 0 198 106 88 1991 Boston 3-7 5.18 19/16 88.2 0 0 92 55 51 1992 Boston 0-4 70.2 8/1 70.2 1 0 69 42 36 1993 Cleveland 1-6 74.1 22/8 74.1 0 0 75 45 43 10-YEAR TOTALS 55-95 4.40 333/163 1189.2 20 25 1207 661 582

SO BB HP 130 79 7 73 57 1 136 76 7 82 46 8 42 17 0 27 31 0 176 107 6 69 53 2 57 42 3 65 47 3 857 565 37

Young at UCLA (1979-1980)

Ward at UCLA (1981-1982) YR 1981 1982 2 YEARS

Don Slaught

IP CG H R ER 72.1 0 82 71 61 121.2 3 109 78 61 194.0 3 191 149 122

SO BB HP WP 45 58 4 6 106 99 4 13 151 157 8 19

YR 1979 1980 2 YEARS

W-L ERA G/GS 1-2 6.70 15/8 9-5 2.82 18/18 10-7 3.99 33/26

SV 1 0 1

IP CG H 49.2 -- 63 115.0 6 89 164.2 -- 152

R 45 51 96

ER 37 36 73

SO BB HP WP 21 36 0 1 83 77 -4 104 113 -5

TODD ZEILE (1989-2004) YR TEAM G AB R H 2B 1989 St. Louis 28 82 7 21 3 1990 St. Louis 144 495 62 121 25 1991 St. Louis 155 565 76 158 36 1992 St. Louis 126 439 51 113 18 1993 St. Louis 157 571 82 158 36 1994 St. Louis 113 415 62 111 25 1995 STL/Chi-NL 113 426 50 105 22 1996 Phila./Balt. 163 617 78 162 32 1997 Los Angeles 160 575 89 154 17 1998 L.A./Fla./Tex.158 572 85 155 32 1999 Texas 156 588 80 172 41 2000 New York-NL 153 544 67 146 36 2001 New York-NL 151 531 66 141 25 2002 Colorado 144 506 61 138 23 2003 NYY/Mon. 100 299 40 68 10 2004 New York-NL 137 348 30 81 16 16-YEAR TOTALS 2158 7573 986 2004 397

3B HR RBI BB 1 1 8 9 3 15 57 67 3 11 81 62 4 7 48 68 1 17 103 70 1 19 75 52 0 14 52 34 0 25 99 82 0 31 90 85 3 19 94 69 4 24 98 56 3 22 79 74 1 10 62 73 0 18 87 66 2 11 432 34 0 9 35 44 23 253 1110 1279

SB 0 2 17 7 5 1 1 1 8 4 1 3 1 1 1 0 53

CS AVG. 0 .256 4 .244 11 .280 10 .257 4 .277 3 .267 0 .246 1 .263 7 .268 4 .271 2 .293 4 .268 0 .266 1 .273 0 .227 0 .233 51 .265

Zeile at UCLA (1984-1986)

Todd Zeile

YR 1984 1985 1986 3 YEARS

72

GP/GS 28/13 54/----55/50 137/-----

AB R H 62 12 19 201 41 67 205 49 69 468 102 155

2B 3B 4 0 10 0 12 2 26 2

HR 1 12 13 26

RBI 10 41 43 94

BB 9 14 23 46

SO 11 28 18 57

SB CS AVG. 0 0 .306 1 0 .333 0 0 .336 1 0 .331


MLB DRAFT HISTORY

Trevor Bauer

Gerrit Cole

Josh Karp

Chase Utley

Troy Glaus

Pete Janicki

Alex Sanchez

2011 (1st round, 1st overall) 2011 (1st round, 3rd overall) 2001 (1st round, 6th overall) 2000 (1st round, 15th overall) 1997 (1st round, 3rd overall) 1992 (1st round, 8th overall) 1987 (1st round, 17th overall) Arizona Diamondbacks Montreal Expos Philadelphia Phillies Anaheim Angels California Angels Toronto Blue Jays Pittsburgh Pirates

Player, Pos.

Team

Round

2012 Jeff Gelalich, OF Beau Amaral, OF Tyler Heineman, C Scott Griggs, P Trevor Brown, C/INF Eric Jaffe, P Cody Keefer, OF

Reds (57) Reds Astros Dodgers Giants White Sox Marlins

^1st 7th 8th 8th 10th 11th 15th

2011 Gerrit Cole, P Trevor Bauer, P Steve Rodriguez, C Dean Espy, 1B Mitchell Beacom, P Tyler Rahmatulla, INF Chris Giovinazzo, OF Adrian Williams, INF Brandon Lodge, P

Pirates (1) D’Backs (3) D’Backs Royals Giants Cardinals Angels Brewers Angels

1st 1st 15th 15th 20th 34th 39th 45th 47th

2010 Rob Rasmussen, P Dan Klein, P Matt Grace, P Garett Claypool, P Matt Drummond, P Chris Giovinazzo, OF Erik Goeddel, P Brett Krill, OF Niko Gallego, INF Mitchell Beacom, P Blair Dunlap, OF

Marlins Orioles Nationals Phillies Orioles Rockies Mets Giants D’Backs Royals Orioles

2nd 3rd 8th 11th 20th 21st 24th 25th 27th 36th 43rd

2009 Casey Haerther, INF Gavin Brooks, P Charles Brewer, P Brendan Lafferty, P Cody Decker, INF Gabe Cohen, OF Garett Claypool, P Jason Novak, P

Angels Yankees Diamondbacks Royals Padres Rays Athletics Cardinals

5th 9th 12th 18th 22nd 29th 32nd 48th

Rangers Giants Cardinals Tigers D’Backs

3rd 4th 5th 15th 17th

2007 Brant Rustich, P Tyson Brummett, P Kevin Brophy, P

Mets Phillies Devil Rays

2006 David Huff, P Hector Ambriz, P Jarrad Page, OF Josh Roenicke, P Brant Rustich, P Brett McMillan, INF Paul Oseguera, P Sean Smith, INF Chris Jensen, OF Eric Taylor, Jr., UTL Brian Schroeder, P Daniel Miltenberger, P

2nd 7th 21st

#+

Indians (39) D’Backs Angels Reds Indians Nationals Giants D’Backs Dodgers Astros Cardinals Indians

^1st 5th 7th 10th 13th 14th 16th 21st 22nd 30th 33rd 46th

2005 Chris Denove, C Jarrad Page, OF Brett McMillan

Reds Rockies Nationals

32nd 36th 36th

2004+ Wes Whisler, P Casey Janssen, P Billy Susdorf, OF Ryan McCarthy, SS David Johnson, P Kyle Wilson, P

White Sox Blue Jays Rangers White Sox Brewers Dodgers

Team Astros Cubs Padres

Round

Player, Pos.

24th 29th 31st

Pete Janicki, P Michael Moore, OF Adam Schulhofer, P Robert Hinds, 2B Shawn Wills, OF

2003 Mike Kunes Chris Cordeiro Casey Janssen

Giants Rangers Orioles

23rd 29th 49th

Indians Mets

5th 23rd

2001 Josh Karp, P Jon Brandt, P Josh Canales, SS Randall Shelley, 3B Matt Pearl, OF

Expos (6) Padres Dodgers Rangers Cardinals

1st 16th 16th 17th 34th

2000# Chase Utley, 2B Rob Henkel, P Garrett Atkins, 1B Bill Scott, OF Ryan Carter, P Forrest Johnson, C Charles Merricks, OF Chad Cislak, P Nick Lyon, OF Ryan Hamill, C Brian Baron, OF Freddie Mitchell, OF

Phillies (15) Marlins Rockies Brewers Phillies Tigers Rockies Indians Devil Rays Cardinals Twins White Sox D’Backs Mets

Paul Ellis, C Dave Zancanaro, P Robbie Katzaroff, OF Mike Hankins, SS John Sutherland, P

Phillies (42) Athletics Yankees Pirates Dodgers

2nd 4th 6th 9th 15th 22nd

Troy Glaus, 3B Jim Parque, P Eric Byrnes, OF Tom Jacquez, P Jake Meyer, P Jon Heinrichs, OF Peter Zamora, P John Phillips, P

^1st 8th 16th 27th 27th

Mets Angels Royals

Todd Zeile, C Tony Scruggs, OF Gary Gorski, P Steve Stowell, P Dana Ridenour, P John Joslyn, 1B Torey Lovullo, 2B Gary Berman, 1B

7th 12th 17th 32nd 34th 54th

Cubs Yankees Tigers Royals

Eric Nolte, P Andy Naworski, P Jeff Hirsch, P Scott Kershaw, P Vince Lopez, SS

2nd 9th 28th 63rd

Red Sox Athletics Rockies Dodgers Blue Jays Padres Tigers Indians Marlins

Tigers White Sox Brewers Cubs Astros

5th 8th 26th 36th 43rd

Dodgers Brewers Royals Indians Mariners Indians

6th 10th 11th 16th 28th 31st

Blue Jays (17) Rangers (23) Astros Tigers Rangers Twins Royals Mariners Royals

1st 1st 2nd 5th 7th 16th 24th 35th 55th

Cardinals Angels Angels Astros Yankees Royals Royals Phillies

2nd 7th 14th 14th 16th 26th 27th 38th

Padres Dodgers Cubs White Sox White Sox

6th 13th 22nd ^^1st ^^2nd

1984 Shane Mack, OF Jeff Pries, P Lindsay Meggs, INF Pete Beall, INF Daniel Sullivan, 1B

1993 Ryan McGuire, 1B Tim Kubinski, P John Myrow, OF Matt Schwenke, C Adam Melhuse, 3B Travis Boyd, SS Gabe Sollecito, P David Roberts, OF Jon Van Zandt, P

^1st ^1st 14th 32nd 33rd

3rd 7th 9th 9th 13th 31st 38th 47th 53rd

Padres (11) Yankees (22) Royals Angels Red Sox

1st 1st 15th 16th 22nd

73

Cubs Angels Brewers Brewers Dodgers

Round 37th

Colin Ward, P Brian Graham, INF Jeff McDonald, P

Tigers Athletics Mariners

3rd 4th 5th

1981 Mike Gallego, INF Eric Broersma, P Greg Norman, INF

Athletics Twins Tigers

2nd 3rd 22nd

1980 Matt Young, P Pat Dodson, 1B Todd Gauntlett, INF Don Slaught, C Eric Broersma, P Jim Thomas, C

Mariners Red Sox Dodgers Royals Athletics Padres

2nd 6th 7th 7th 15th 28th

1979 Tim Leary, P Jim Auten, OF Vern Followell, INF Dan Gausepohl, OF Don Slaught, C Dave Schmidt, P Mark Miller, OF Scott Bollens, P

Mets (2) Expos Tigers Padres Brewers Rangers Reds Tigers

1st 5th 8th 11th 21st 27th 27th 31st

1978 Craig Johnson, OF Floyd Chiffer, P Ray Townsend, INF Dave Baker, INF Dennis Delany, C Mike Carpenter, 1B

Tigers Padres Reds Blue Jays Cardinals Cardinals

2nd 5th 6th 11th 12th 16th

1977 Dennis Delany, C Floyd Chiffer, P Ron Roenicke, OF

Dodgers Padres Dodgers

13th 5th ^^1st

1976 Earl Battey, INF Bob Lizarraga, P Ed Cowan, P

Padres Royals Royals

14th 17th 18th

1975 Andy Lopez, INF Venoy Garrison, OF

Tigers Tigers

9th 21st

1974 Mike Edwards, INF Tim Doerr, INF

Pirates Reds

7th 18th

1973 Bob Adams, INF Luis Gomez, INF Greg Zail, P Bill Hobbs, UTL

Tigers Twins Padres Athletics

3rd 7th 15th 21st

1972 Gary Robson, P Mike Gerakos, 3B

Orioles Twins

5th 19th

1971 Rick Pope, P

Cardinals

^^1st

1969 Guy Hansen, P Jim York, P Gary Sanserino, SS

Royals Royals Royals

20th 59th 87th

1968 Ross Hoffman, 1B

Expos

9th

1967 Johnny Lung, INF Bob Wiswell, P

Cubs Braves

11th 17th

1966

1983 Rich Amaral, 2B Pat Clements, P Lindsay Meggs, INF Pete Beall, INF Vince Beringhele, OF

Team Mets

1982

1985

24th 24th 36th

1994 Brian Stephenson, P Mike Mitchell, 1B David Roberts, OF Brett Schafer, OF

Cardinals (30) Athletics (34) Expos Yankees Yankees

1986

1995 Jeff Howatt, P Gar Vallone, INF Brett Schafer, CF

2nd 3rd 7th 10th 11th 12th 12th 21st 21st 56th

1987 Alex Sanchez, P Billy Haselman, C Randy Hennis, P Torey Lovullo, 3B Tony Scruggs, OF Steve Stowell, P Keith Shibata, P Steve Hisey, OF Jeff Conine, P

Angels (3) 1st White Sox (46) ^1st Astros 4th Phillies 6th White Sox 7th Marlins 9th Dodgers 20th Yankees 63rd Cardinals Twins Orioles White Sox Marlins Mets

Angels Athletics Phillies Angels Astros Royals Expos Twins Blue Jays Athletics

1988 Eric Karros, 1B Charlie Fiacco, OF Mike Magnante, P Joey James, DH Scott Cline, 3B Dave Keating, OF

19th 20th

1996 Kevin Sheredy, P Ryan Lynch, P Tim DeCinces, C Rick Heineman, P Zak Ammirato, INF Ryan O’Toole, P

1st ^1st 9th 10th 15th

1989 Dave Keating, OF John Sutherland, P Scott Cline, 3B Charlie Fiacco, 2B Shawn Wills, OF

1998 Eric Valent, OF Eric Byrnes, OF Gabe Crecion, P Casey Cloud, C Nick Theodorou, 2B

Angels (8) Dodgers (36) Cubs Yankees Phillies

Player, Pos. Mike Young, OF

1990

1st 3rd 5th 8th 8th 13th 17th 19th 20th 25th 46th 50th

1999 Jack Santora, SS Rob Henkel, P

Round

1991 Chris Pritchett, 1B Joel Wolfe, OF David Tokheim, OF Gary Hagy, SS Kevin Webb, 3B Michael Fyhrie, P Shawn Wills, OF Mike Lewis, P Tim Lindsay, P Jim Bonds, P

2002 Ben Francisco, OF Rashad Parker, UTL

Team 1992

1997

2008 Tim Murphy, P Brandon Crawford, INF Jermaine Curtis, INF Alden Carrithers, INF Ryan Babineau, C

Player, Pos. Brandon Averill, INF Mike Svetlic, INF Matt Thayer, OF

2nd 4th 19th 23rd 24th

Rick Ganulin, UTL ^ ^^ # +

Angels

30th

First round selection (supplemental phase) Selected in June secondary phase NCAA record 12 players selected in draft UCLA record 10 players signed a pro contract


2012 MINOR LEAGUE BRUINS BEAU AMARAL

GARETT CLAYPOOL

Billings Mustangs (Rookie, Pioneer League – Cincinnati Reds)

Clearwater Threshers (High-A, Florida State League – Philadelphia Phillies)

Played in 57 games for the Billings Mustangs after getting drafted in the 7th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by Cincinnati...batted .295 with 10 doubles, three triples, one home run, 55 runs scored and 24 RBI...logged a .355 on-base percentage and had just 27 strikeouts in 234 at-bats...also stole 20 bases in 22 attempts.

Made 20 appearances (1 start) for the Clearwater Threshers...went 3-2 with a 7.30 ERA...totaled 43 strikeouts and 15 walks in 37.0 innings...made two rehab appearances for GCL Phillies of the Gulf Coast League after being put on the disabled list on May 26, 2012.

TEAM Billings TOTALS

TEAM PHL Clearwater TOTALS

AVG .295 .295

G 57 57

AB 234 234

R 55 55

H 69 69

2B 10 10

3B 3 3

HR 1 1

RBI 24 24

BB 17 17

SO 27 27

OBP .355 .355

HECTOR AMBRIZ Made 38 appearances (1 start) between triple-A Columbus (Cleveland) and triple-A Oklahoma City (Houston)...went 0-1 with one save while posting a 3.55 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 20 games (1 start) for triple-A Columbus...was released by Cleveland on June 17, 2012 and picked up by Houston on June 18, 2012...went 1-1 with a 3.33 ERA and two saves for triple-A Oklahoma City before being called up to the Astros on August 22, 2012.

W 0 1 1

L 1 1 2

ERA 3.55 3.33 3.45

G/GS 20/1 18/0 38/1

CG 0 0 0

SV 1 2 3

IP 33.0 24.1 57.1

H 29 28 57

R 14 9 23

ER 13 9 22

BB 17 11 28

SO 25 18 43

TREVOR BAUER Reno Aces (AAA, Pacific Coast League – Arizona Diamondbacks) Made 22 starts between AA Mobile and AAA Reno and four starts in the Major Leagues for Arizona...went 7-1 with a 1.68 ERA and 60 strikeouts in eight starts for AA Mobile...promoted to AAA Reno on May 17, 2012 and went 5-1 with a 2.85 ERA and 97 strikeouts in 14 starts...helped lead the Aces to their first Pacific Coast League title and the Triple-A National Championship....led all Diamondback minor leaguers in strikeouts and wins...was named the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Minor League Pitcher of the Year...made his major league debut on June 28 against the Atlanta Braves...went 1-2 with a 6.06 ERA and 17 strikeouts in four starts for Arizona...traded to the Cleveland Indians in a three-team deal on Dec. 12, 2012.

TEAM Mobile Reno TOTALS

W 7 5 12

L 1 1 2

ERA 1.68 2.85 2.42

G/GS 8/8 14/14 22/22

CG 0 1 1

SV 0 0 0

IP 48.1 82.0 130.1

H 33 74 107

R 12 28 40

L 0 2 2

ERA 3.86 7.30 7.09

G/GS 2/0 20/1 22/1

CG 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 2.1 37.0 39.1

H 1 42 43

R 1 31 32

ER 1 30 31

BB 2 15 17

SO 3 43 46

GERRIT COLE

Oklahoma City RedHawks (AAA, Pacific Coast League – Houston Astros)

TEAM Columbus OKC TOTALS

W 0 3 3

ER 9 26 35

BB 26 35 61

SO 60 97 157

Indianapolis Indians (AAA, International League – Pittsburgh Pirates) Made 26 starts between three teams (Bradenton-A, Altoona-AA and Indianapolis-AAA), going 9-7 with a 2.80 ERA overall...went 5-1 with a 2.55 ERA and 69 strikeouts in 13 starts for single-A Bradenton...held opponents to just a .217 batting average against him at Bradenton...promoted to Double-A Altoona on June 19, 2012...posted a 2.90 ERA with 60 strikeouts in 59 innings pitched for the Curve...logged 34 K’s, a 1.36 ERA and allowed just five earned runs in his last six starts at Altoona...promoted to triple-A Indianapolis on August 29, 2012...made one start, earning the win and tallying seven strikeouts in six innings pitched for Indianapolis.

TEAM Bradenton Altoona Indianapolis TOTALS

W 5 3 1 9

L 1 6 0 7

ERA 2.55 2.90 4.50 2.80

G/GS 13/13 12/12 1/1 26/26

CG 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0 0

IP 67.0 59.0 6.0 132.0

H 53 54 6 113

R 24 28 3 55

ER 19 19 3 41

BB 21 23 1 45

SO 69 60 7 136

JERMAINE CURTIS Springfield Cardinals (AA, Texas League – St. Louis Cardinals) Played in 113 games between two minor league affiliates...started the season at triple-A Memphis and hit .276 with 7 runs and a .447 OBP in 17 games...moved to double-A Springfield on May 4, 2012 and put together an impressive season, hitting .313 with 19 doubles, one triple, one home run and 24 RBI...stole six bases in seven attempts and led the Texas League with an outstanding .416 OBP.

TEAM Memphis Springfield TOTALS

AVG G .276 17 .313 96 .310 113

AB 29 368 397

R H 7 8 61 115 68 123

2B 1 19 20

3B 0 1 1

HR 0 1 1

RBI 1 24 25

BB 9 47 56

SO 4 51 55

OBP .447 .414 .419

MITCHELL BEACOM

BRENT DEAN

San Jose Giants (High-A, California League – San Francisco Giants)

Brevard County Manatees (high-A, Florida State League – Milwaukee Brewers)

Battled injuries for most of 2012, making just nine appearances for the San Jose Giants of the California League...went 0-1 with a 6.75 ERA and seven strikeouts in 9.1 innings pitched.

Played in 19 games for high-A Brevard County...recorded a .239 batting average with four runs scored and seven RBI.

TEAM San Jose TOTALS

TEAM Brevard County TOTALS

W 0 0

L 1 1

ERA 6.75 6.75

G/GS 9/0 9/0

CG 0 0

SV 0 0

IP 9.1 9.1

H 10 10

R 7 7

ER 7 7

BB 7 7

SO 7 7

AVG .239 .239

G 19 19

AB 67 67

R 4 4

H 16 16

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 7 7

BB 1 1

SO 15 15

OBP .250 .250

CHARLES BREWER

CODY DECKER

Reno Aces (AAA, Pacific Coast League – Arizona Diamondbacks)

San Antonio Missions (AA, Texas League – San Diego Padres)

Made 27 starts between AA Mobile and AAA Reno...logged a 4.15 ERA, 13 strikeouts and just two walks in three starts for Mobile...was promoted to AAA Reno on April 22, 2012 and went 11-7 with a 5.99 ERA in 24 starts for the Aces...recorded 104 strikeouts to just 34 walks in 133.2 innings pitched for Reno...helped lead the Aces to their first Pacific Coast League title and the Triple-A National Championship.

Played in 136 games between double-A San Antonio and triple-A Tucson, totalling a .252 batting average with 29 home runs overall...hit .215 with four home runs and 13 RBI in 32 games for Tucson...recorded a .263 batting average with a team-high 25 home runs and a .540 slugging percentage for San Antonio...Scored 54 runs and logged 19 doubles and 68 RBI for San Antonio as well.

TEAM Mobile Reno TOTALS

TEAM Tucson San Antonio TOTALS

W 0 11 11

L 0 7 7

ERA 4.15 5.99 5.78

G/GS 3/3 24/24 27/27

CG 0 2 2

SV 0 0 0

IP 17.1 133.2 151.0

H R 19 9 177 110 196 119

ER 8 89 97

BB 2 34 36

SO 13 104 117

AVG G .215 32 .263 104 .252 136

AB 107 346 453

R H 12 23 54 91 66 114

2B 7 19 26

3B 0 1 1

HR 4 25 29

RBI 13 68 81

BB SO 11 27 54 100 65 127

OBP .298 .367 .351

CHASE BREWER

DEAN ESPY

AZL D-Backs (Rookie, Arizona League – Arizona Diamondbacks)

Kane County Cougars (A, Midwest League – Kansas City Royals)

Pitched in 10 games between single-A Yakima and the AZL Diamondbacks of the Rookie Arizona League...went 0-1 with a 6.75 ERA in five appearances for Yakima...went 1-0 with 10 strikeouts in five games for the AZL D-Backs.

Played in 82 games for the Kane County Cougars...batted .255 with three home runs, 15 doubles, 27 RBI and 33 runs...recorded a .300 on-base percentage and stole six bases in six attempts.

TEAM Yakima AZL TOTALS

TEAM Kane County TOTALS

W 0 1 1

L 1 0 1

ERA 6.75 11.12 8.56

G/GS 5/0 5/0 10/0

CG 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 8.0 5.2 13.2

H 12 8 20

R 7 7 14

ER 6 7 13

BB 6 1 7

SO 7 10 17

Played in 33 games for single-A Salem-Keizer after getting drafted in the 10th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by San Francisco...hit .221 with 10 runs, eight doubles and 12 RBI...struck out just 16 times in 122 at-bats.

G 33 33

AB 122 122

R 10 10

H 27 27

2B 8 8

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 12 12

BB 13 13

SO 16 16

OBP .297 .297

Posted a record of 5-6 with a 3.20 ERA in 44 games (8 starts) between double-A Reading and triple-A Lehigh Valley...started the year at double-A Reading and went 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA, registering 18 strikeouts in 18 innings pitched...promoted to triple-A Lehigh Valley on May 4, 2012...went 4-6 with a 3.63 ERA in 34 games (seven starts) for the IronPigs...accumulated 65 strikeouts as well before being called up to the Phillies on September 30, 2012 and making his major league debut on October 3.

L 0 6 6

ERA 1.50 3.63 3.20

G/GS 10/1 34/7 44/8

CG 0 0 0

SV 1 1 2

IP 18.0 72.0 90.0

H 7 67 74

R 3 33 36

ER 3 29 32

BB 2 27 29

SO 18 65 83

ALDEN CARRITHERS Mississippi Braves (AA, Southern League – Atlanta Braves) Played in 74 games for the Mississippi Braves...batted .315 wtih six doubles, 27 runs and 10 RBI...recorded 35 walks to just 21 strikeouts in 165 at-bats...logged an impressive .433 on-base percentage and stole nine bases in 12 attempts.

TEAM Mississippi TOTALS

AVG .315 .315

G 74 74

H 74 74

2B 15 15

3B 0 0

HR 3 3

RBI 27 27

BB 16 16

SO 62 62

OBP .300 .300

AB 165 165

Played in 61 for the South Ben Silver Hawks...hit .220 with nine doubles, two triples, 20 runs and 12 RBI...stole four bases in five attempts and compiled a .274 OBP.

TEAM South Bend TOTALS

AVG .220 .220

G 61 61

AB 200 200

R 20 20

H 44 44

2B 9 9

3B 2 2

HR 0 0

RBI 12 12

BB 10 10

SO 35 35

OBP .274 .274

Billings Mustangs (Rookie, Pioneer League – Cincinnati Reds)

Lehigh Valley IronPigs (AAA, International League – Philadelphia Phillies)

W 1 4 5

R 33 33

JEFF GELALICH

TYSON BRUMMETT

TEAM Reading Lehigh Valley TOTALS

AB 290 290

South Bend Silver Hawks (A, Midwest League – Arizona Diamondbacks)

Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (A, Northwest League – San Francisco Giants) AVG .221 .221

G 82 82

NIKO GALLEGO

TREVOR BROWN

TEAM Salem-Keizer TOTALS

AVG .255 .255

R 27 27

H 52 52

2B 6 6

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 10 10

BB 35 35

SO 21 21

OBP .433 .433

74

Played in 35 games for the Billings Mustangs after getting drafted in the 1st round of the 2012 MLB Draft by Cincinnati...recorded a .244 batting average with seven doubles, two triples, two home runs, nine RBi and 27 runs... compiled a .336 OBP and was named the No. 11 overall prospect from the Pioneer League by Baseball America.

TEAM Billings TOTALS

AVG .244 .244

G 35 35

AB 127 127

R 27 27

H 31 31

2B 7 7

3B 2 2

HR 2 2

RBI 9 9

BB 14 14

SO 42 42

OBP .336 .336

ERIK GOEDDEL St. Lucie Mets (High-A, Florida State League – New York Mets) Made 22 appearances (20 starts) for the St. Lucie Mets...compiled a 5-6 record with a 3.41, logging 98 strikeouts in 108.1 innings pitched.

TEAM St. Lucie TOTALS

W 5 5

L 6 6

ERA 3.41 3.41

G/GS 22/20 22/20

CG 0 0

SV 0 0

IP 108.1 108.1

H 110 110

R 51 51

ER 41 41

BB 43 43

SO 98 98


2012 MINOR LEAGUE BRUINS MATT GRACE

BRANDON LODGE

Potomac Nationals (High-A, Carolina League – Washington Nationals)

Cedar Rapids Kernels (A, Midwest League – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim)

Made 26 appearances (24 starts) for the Potomac Nationals...went 9-12 with a 4.84 ERA, pitching two complete games...logged 83 strikeouts in 141.1 innings.

Made 15 relief appearances between two affiliates...logged a 3.60 ERA with 10 strikeouts in four games for the Orem Owlz of the Rookie Pioneer League...went 1-0 with a 4.41 ERA with nine strikeouts in 16.1 innings pitched for single-A Cedar Rapids.

TEAM Potomac TOTALS

W L 9 12 9 12

ERA 4.84 4.84

G/GS 26/24 26/24

CG 2 2

SV 0 0

IP 141.1 141.1

H 178 178

R 95 95

ER 76 76

BB 48 48

SO 83 83

TEAM W Orem 0 Cedar Rapids 1 TOTALS 1

SCOTT GRIGGS Great Lakes Loons (A, Midwest League – Los Angeles Dodgers)

W 0 1 1

L 0 0 0

ERA 4.09 3.86 3.97

G/GS 11/0 8/0 19/0

CG 0 0 0

SV 5 0 5

IP 11.0 11.2 22.2

H 5 7 12

R 7 5 12

ER 5 5 10

BB 8 13 21

SO 18 14 32

TEAM Frisco TOTALS

R H 39 132 39 132

2B 21 21

3B 1 1

HR 10 10

RBI 56 56

BB 12 12

SO 64 64

OBP .288 .288

TEAM RC San Jose Fresno TOTALS

AB 193 193

R 33 33

H 69 69

2B 14 14

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 26 26

BB 26 26

SO 12 12

OBP .452 .452

TEAM Quad City Palm Beach TOTALS

Pitched in 25 games (23 starts) between double-A Akron and triple-A Columbus...made one start at double-A Akron, pitching four scoreless innings...went 7-6 at Columbus with a 4.97 ERA, two complete games, one complete game shutout and 79 strikeouts...was called up to the Major Leagues on September 4, 2012.

L 0 6 6

ERA 0.00 4.97 4.83

G/GS 1/1 24/22 25/23

CG 0 2 2

SV 0 0 0

IP 4.0 134.0 138.0

H 1 155 156

R 0 78 78

ER 0 74 74

BB 1 34 35

ERA 7.36 7.36

TEAM Jupiter CC TOTALS

G/GS 12/0 12/0

CG 0 0

SV 2 2

IP 11.0 11.0

H 11 11

R 14 14

ER 9 9

BB 9 9

AB 45 70 115

TEAM Yakima TOTALS

R 6 13 19

H 13 24 37

2B 2 4 6

3B 1 0 1

HR 1 0 1

RBI 9 9 18

BB 9 5 14

SO 10 11 21

ERA 1.15 1.08 1.11

G/GS 7/0 9/0 16/0

CG 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 15.2 16.2 32.1

H 9 14 23

R 2 3 5

ER 2 2 4

BB 3 3 6

AVG .040 .182 .000 .151

G 8 30 2 40

AB 25 110 4 139

R 0 16 0 16

H 1 20 0 21

2B 0 3 0 3

3B 0 2 0 2

AVG .322 .146 .245

G 49 46 95

AB 183 144 327

R 37 16 53

H 59 21 80

2B 16 4 20

W L 4 7 4 4 8 11

ERA 3.90 4.80 4.25

G/GS 16/16 11/10 27/26

CG 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 87.2 54.1 142.0

AVG .242 .242

G 27 27

AB 99 99

R 7 7

H 24 24

2B 7 7

3B 0 0

TEAM Helena Nashville Wisconsin TOTALS

AVG .125 .333 .153 .155

G 9 3 43 55

AB 24 6 118 148

R 3 1 11 15

H 3 2 18 23

2B 0 0 1 1

3B 0 0 0 0

SO 21 16 37

BRETT KRILL Played in 122 games for the Augusta GreenJackets...batted .288 with five home runs, two triples and 26 doubles... collected 53 RBI and scored 53 runs while registering a .335 OBP.

AVG G .288 122 .288 122

AB 448 448

R H 53 129 53 129

2B 26 26

3B 2 2

HR 5 5

RBI 53 53

BB 20 20

SO 79 79

OBP .335 .335

BRENDAN LAFFERTY Northwest Arkansas Naturals (AA, Texas League – Kansas City Royals) Made 43 appearances in relief for Northwest Arkansas...went 1-1 with one save and a 4.77 ERA in 60.1 innings pitched...recorded 70 strikeouts for the Naturals as well.

TEAM W NW Arkansas 1 TOTALS 1

L 1 1

ERA 4.77 4.77

G/GS 43/0 43/0

CG 0 0

SV 1 1

IP 60.1 60.1

H 55 55

R 36 36

ER 32 32

BB 40 40

HR 0 1 0 1

3B 2 2 4

Augusta GreenJackets (A, South Atlantic League – San Francisco Giants) TEAM Augusta TOTALS

H 104 104

R 60 60

ER 58 58

BB 31 31

SO 50 50

RBI 1 9 0 10

BB 1 9 1 11

SO 6 41 1 48

OBP .074 .242 .200 .211

HR 7 1 8

RBI 42 7 49

BB 17 19 36

SO 36 34 70

OBP .389 .247 .326

H 83 58 141

R 52 30 82

ER 38 29 67

BB 36 18 54

SO 75 44 119

HR 1 1

RBI 14 14

BB 9 9

SO 22 22

OBP .300 .300

Played in 55 games for three Milwaukee minor league affiliates, totaling a .155 average with 15 runs and eight RBI...hit .125 with a .364 OBP for Helena of the Rookie Pioneer League...had a three game stint with triple-A Nashville, batting .333 with a .429 on-base percentage...spent the majority of the year and finished the season at single-A Wisconsin, hitting .153 with 11 runs and seven RBI in 118 at-bats.

Missed all of 2012 with a shoulder injury...went 3-0 with a 1.08 ERA in nine apperances for Bowie in 2011 before undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery on August 16, 2011.

L 1 0 1

IP 82.2 82.2

ADRIAN WILLIAMS

DAN KLEIN

W 0 3 3

SV 1 1

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (A, Midwest League – Milwaukee Brewers)

OBP .407 .395 .400

Bowie Baysox (AA, Eastern League – Baltimore Orioles) TEAM Frederick (‘11) Bowie (‘11) ‘11 TOTALS

CG 0 0

Played in 27 games for the Yakima Bears...batted .242 with seven doubles, one home run, 14 RBI and seven runs... recorded a .300 on-base percentage and a .343 slugging percentage as well.

Played in 31 games between two Miami affiliates after being drafted in the 15th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by Miami...played in 13 games for the GCL Marlins of the Gulf Coast League, hitting .289 and logging a .407 OBP in 45 at-bats...recorded a .343 batting average with 13 runs, four doubles and nine RBI at single-A Jamestown.

G 13 18 27

G/GS 32/14 32/14

Yakima Bears (A, Northwest League – Arizona Diamondbacks)

CODY KEEFER

AVG .289 .343 .322

ERA 6.31 6.31

STEVE RODRIGUEZ

SO 9 9

Jamestown Jammers (A, New York-Penn League – Miami Marlins)

TEAM GCL Jamestown TOTALS

L 8 8

Pitched in 27 games (26 starts) for single-A Jupiter of the Miami Marlins and double-A Corpus Christi of the Houston Astros...went 4-7 with a 3.90 ERA in 16 starts for Jupiter...struck out 75 batters in 87.2 innings for Jupiter as well...was traded to the Astros on July 5, 2012 as part of the Carlos Lee deal...went 4-4 with a 4.80 ERA and 44 strikeouts in 11 games (10 starts) for double-A Corpus Christi...traded to the Dodgers on Dec. 19, 2012.

SO 3 79 82

Made 12 apperances for the Bristol White Sox after being drafted in the 11th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the White Sox...went 1-1 with a 7.36 ERA, two saves and nine strikeouts in 11 innings pitched.

L 1 1

W 4 4

ROB RASMUSSEN

Bristol White Sox (Rookie, Appalachian League – Chicago White Sox) W 1 1

SO 10 9 19

Corpus Christi Hooks (AA, Texas League – Houston Astros)

ERIC JAFFE

TEAM Bristol TOTALS

BB 2 9 11

Splite time between two St. Louis affiliates, hitting .245 with eight home runs, 20 doubles and 53 runs in 95 total games...batted .322 with 16 doubles, two triples, seven home runs, 42 RBI and 37 runs in 49 games for single-A Quad City of the Midwest League...also compiled a .389 OBP for Quad City...promoted to high-A Palm Beach on June 18, 2012...batted .146 with 16 runs and seven RBI in 46 games for Palm Beach.

DAVID HUFF

W 0 7 7

ER 4 8 12

Palm Beach Cardinals (High-A, Florida State League – St. Louis Cardinals)

Columbus Clippers (AAA, International League – Cleveland Indians)

TEAM Akron Columbus TOTALS

R 5 11 16

TYLER RAHMATULLA

Played in 55 games for the Tri-City ValleyCats after getting drafted in the 8th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by Houston...won the New York-Penn League batting title with a .358 batting average...recorded 14 doubles, 26 RBI and 33 runs as well...struck out just 12 times in 193 at-bats...compiled a .430 slugging percentage and ranked second in the NYPL with a .452 on-base percentage.

G 55 55

H 10 20 30

Played in 40 games between three affiliates...hit .040 for Rancho Cucamonga of the California League in eight games...batted .182 in 30 games with three doubles, two triples, a home run, 16 runs and nine RBI for the San Jose Giants...promoted to triple-A Fresno on August 31, 2012 and appeared in two games for the Grizzlies.

TYLER HEINEMAN

AVG .358 .358

IP 10.0 16.1 26.1

JARRAD PAGE

Tri-City ValleyCats (A, New York-Penn League – Houston Astros)

TEAM Tri-City TOTALS

SV 0 0 0

Fresno Grizzlies (AAA, Pacific Coast League – San Francisco Giants)

Played in 124 games for the Arkansas Travelers, batting .271 with 10 home runs, 21 doubles, one triple, 56 RBI and 39 runs...compiled a .288 on-base percentage as well.

AB 487 487

CG 0 0 0

Made 32 appearances (14 starts) for the Frisco RoughRiders of the Texas League...went 4-8 with a 6.31 ERA with one save and 50 strikeouts in 82.2 innings pitched.

Arkansas Travelers (AA, Texas League – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) AVG G .271 124 .271 124

G/GS 4/0 11/0 15/0

Frisco RoughRiders (AA, Texas League – Texas Rangers)

CASEY HAERTHER

TEAM Arkansas TOTALS

ERA 3.60 4.41 4.10

TIM MURPHY

Split time pitching between the Ogden Raptors of the Rookie League and Great Lakes Loons after being drafted in the 8th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Dodgers...logged a 4.09 ERA with 18 strikeouts and five saves in 11 games for Ogden...promoted to single-A Great Lakes on August 8, 2012...went 1-0 with a 3.86 ERA and 14 strikeouts in eight appearances for Great Lakes.

TEAM Ogden Great Lakes TOTALS

L 0 0 0

SO 71 71

Rob Rasmussen

75

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 0 7 8

BB 9 1 17 27

SO 9 3 39 51

OBP .364 .429 .263 .288


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 1955 (22-9-1, 9-6, 4th)

1958 (14-19, 5-11, 4th)

Head Coach: Arthur Reichle

Head Coach: Arthur Reichle

Date

Opponent

Result

2/26 3/1 3/4 3/5 3/9 3/12 3/15 3/16 3/19* 3/22 3/23 3/25* 3/26* 3/29 3/30 4/1* 4/2* 4/2* 4/6 4/11 4/12 4/16 4/20 4/22* 4/23* 4/29* 5/6* 5/7* 5/13* 5/14* 5/14* 5/17*

Alumni Long Beach CC Peterson All-Stars at Los Angeles Angels Fort Ord Camp Pendleton Marines Portland Beavers at Hollywood Stars at USC Hollywood Star B’s Pepperdine Santa Clara Santa Clara Boise (Pioneer League) at Los Angeles Angels at Stanford at California at California Pepperdine College of Pacific Arizona Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles State Stanford Stanford California at USC USC at Stanford Santa Clara Santa Clara USC

W W W W W W W L W W W W W T L L L W W W W W L W W L L L L W W W

7-6 11-5 11-3 9-6 8-7 2-1 2-0 6-5 10-6 5-2 8-2 7-0 6-2 6-6 11-1 11-2 5-4 10-4 15-9 23-2 11-2 19-0 6-2 11-1 11-7 6-5 14-8 7-1 3-1 23-6 14-2 18-4

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 7-1 8-1 9-1 10-1 11-1 12-1 12-1-1 12-2-1 12-3-1 12-4-1 13-4-1 14-4-1 15-4-1 16-4-1 17-4-1 17-5-1 18-5-1 19-5-1 19-6-1 19-7-1 19-8-1 19-9-1 20-9-1 21-9-1 22-9-1

*CIBA game

Opponent

2/25 Alumni 3/2 Long Beach CC 3/3 Chicago W.S. Minors 3/6 Pepperdine 3/9 Orange Coast College 3/10 Santa Barbara College 3/13 Camp Pendleton 3/16 at Fresno State 3/17 at Fresno State 3/23* Santa Clara 3/24* Santa Clara 3/26 at Los Angeles Angels 3/27 San Jose State 3/30* Stanford 3/31* Stanford 4/3 Arizona 4/6* at Santa Clara 4/7* at California 4/7* at California 4/9 Fort Ord 4/10 Fort Ord 4/17* USC 4/20* at Santa Clara 4/21* at Stanford 4/21* at Stanford 4/24 George Air Force Base 4/27 at Arizona 4/28 at Arizona 5/1 Long Beach CC 5/4* USC 5/5* at USC 5/7* at USC 5/11* California 5/12* California *CIBA game

Result

2/22 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/11 3/22 3/22 3/28* 3/29* 4/4* 4/5* 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/15 4/18* 4/19* 4/25* 4/26* 4/26* 5/2* 5/3* 5/9 5/16* 5/17* 5/17* 5/23* 5/24*

Alumni Chicago W.S. Minors Miller’s Playtimers Chicago W.S. Minors Chicago W.S. Minors Long Beach CC Orange Coast College Miller’s Playtimers Miller’s Playtimers Chicago W.S. Minors Vancouver Vancouver Stanford Stanford California California at Long Beach CC Arizona Arizona Pepperdine Santa Clara Santa Clara at Santa Clara at Stanford at Stanford USC at USC San Diego Marines at Santa Clara at California at California at USC USC

W W W L L W W W W W L L L L W W L L W L L W L W L L L L L W L L L

12-1 17-7 5-4 6-1 7-2 5-3 5-0 3-0 4-1 8-7 1-0 7-0 3-0 7-4 4-2 8-5 3-2 3-2 7-3 6-4 9-4 5-4 8-6 4-1 11-3 3-0 21-2 2-0 9-8 3-2 6-2 23-1 15-1

Record

Head Coach: Arthur Reichle

L L L T W W L L L L W L W L L T W W L L W L W L L W L L W L L L L W

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-3-1 1-3-1 2-3-1 2-4-1 2-5-1 2-6-1 2-7-1 3-8-1 3-9-1 4-9-1 4-10-1 4-11-1 4-11-2 5-11-2 6-11-2 6-12-2 7-13-2 7-13-2 7-14-2 8-14-2 8-15-2 8-16-2 9-16-2 9-17-2 9-18-2 10-18-2 10-18-2 10-19-2 10-20-2 10-20-2 11-20-2

Date

Opponent

Result

2/24 2/25 2/27 2/28 3/3 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/10 3/13 3/14 3/17 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/27* 3/28* 3/31 4/3* 4/4* 4/7 4/10* 4/11* 4/17* 4/18* 4/18* 4/21 4/28 5/1* 5/2* 5/8* 5/9* 5/9* 5/15* 5/16*

Long Beach CC at L.A. Minor Leaguers Scoremaster All-Stars Cincinnati Minor Leaguers Cincinnati Minor Leaguers at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona UC Santa Barbara at San Diego Marines at San Diego State Cal Poly at Fresno State at Fresno State Orange Coast College Stanford Stanford Arizona Santa Clara Santa Clara Pepperdine at USC USC at Santa Clara at Stanford at Stanford Camp Pendleton Marines San Diego Marines at USC USC at Santa Clara at California at California California California

W W L L W L L W L L L W L W L L L L L L W L L W L L L L L L L L L L W

7-3 4-2 3-1 6-6 10-1 17-4 3-2 6-4 15-4 6-3 8-1 11-6 5-4 9-0 4-3 3-3 11-3 7-4 4-3 7-6 15-4 5-3 17-8 9-8 5-4 18-0 10-0 10-0 6-0 2-1 15-8 4-3 5-4 5-4

1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-5 8-6 9-6 10-6 10-7 10-8 11-8 11-9 11-10 12-10 12-11 13-11 13-12 13-13 13-14 13-15 13-16 14-16 14-17 14-18 14-19

13-2 5-2 3-1 10-9 5-4 15-3 18-6 7-6 8-6 4-2 11-4 12-6 7-0 10-9 10-3 3-0 10-7 3-1 7-1 3-2 8-3 5-1 10-6 11-10 3-2 1-0 6-3 9-5 9-0 9-3 6-5 3-2 5-3 14-3 2-0

Record 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 5-7 5-8 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 6-13 6-14 7-14 7-15 7-16 8-16 8-17 8-18 8-19 8-20 8-21 8-22 8-23 8-24 8-25 8-26 9-26

* CIBA game

Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

Record

2/26 3/2 3/2 3/5 3/8 3/12 3/15 3/16 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/26 3/27 3/30* 3/30* 4/1* 4/5* 4/6* 4/12* 4/13* 4/16 4/19* 4/26* 4/27* 4/30 5/3* 5/4* 5/11 5/11 5/17* 5/18*

Long Beach CC Chicago W.S. Minors Alumni Pepperdine Miller’s Playtimers San Diego Marines College of Sequoias Chicago W.S. Minors Santa Barbara College Chicago W.S. Minors at Fresno State at Fresno State at Hollywood Stars Vancouver Mounties at Stanford at Stanford at California at USC USC California California Long Beach CC at California Stanford Stanford San Jose State at USC USC Air Force Air Force Santa Clara Santa Clara

T W L W L T W W W W W L L L W L L L L L L L W L W W L L W W W W

0-0-1 1-0-1 1-1-1 2-1-1 2-2-1 2-2-2 3-2-2 4-2-2 5-2-2 6-2-2 7-2-2 7-3-2 7-4-2 7-5-2 8-5-2 8-6-2 8-7-2 8-8-2 8-9-2 8-10-2 8-11-2 8-12-2 9-12-2 9-13-2 10-13-2 11-13-2 11-14-2 11-15-2 12-15-2 13-15-2 14-15-2 15-15-2

4-4 15-1 6-1 13-5 2-0 3-3 11-3 12-2 8-7 9-0 9-3 5-2 12-1 9-8 11-2 5-0 13-8 3-1 8-3 1-0 9-4 9-8 7-0 6-3 1-0 9-3 5-1 12-8 4-3 17-4 12-5 7-0

Record

1959 (9-26, 2-14, 5th)

Result

1957 (15-15-2, 5-9, 4th)

*CIBA game

Opponent

*CIBA game

1956 (11-21-2, 5-11, 4th) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Date

1960 (18-29-1, 4-12, 5th) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle game results not available

1961 (25-15-5, 7-9, 3rd) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/18 2/21 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/14 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/23 3/25* 3/31* 4/1* 4/4 4/5 4/7* 4/8* 4/11 4/14* 4/15*

Alumni Chicago W.S. Minors Chicago W.S. Minors Baltimore Oriole Juniors Baltimore Oriole Juniors at El Camino College Chicago W.S. Minors Los Angeles State Chicago W.S. Minors at Occiental San Diego Cal Poly Cal Poly at Los Angeles State at Fresno State at Fresno State Brigham Young at Cal Poly Pomona at USC Stanford Stanford Notre Dame Arizona Santa Clara Santa Clara El Camino College at Santa Clara at Stanford

W T T W W T W W W T W W W L L W T W L W W L W W W L L W

8-7 0-0 9-9 7-3 7-0 5-5 9-5 5-4 5-3 5-5 3-2 5-4 10-0 10-2 2-0 10-4 5-5 7-4 7-2 4-3 5-3 7-2 3-1 7-4 4-1 6-5 10-7 4-2

Record 1-0 1-0-1 1-0-2 2-0-2 3-0-2 3-0-3 4-0-3 5-0-3 6-0-3 6-0-4 7-0-4 8-0-4 9-0-4 9-1-4 9-2-4 10-2-4 10-2-5 11-2-5 11-3-5 12-3-5 13-3-5 13-4-5 14-4-5 15-4-5 16-4-5 16-5-5 16-6-5 17-6-5

4/15* 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/28* 4/29* 5/2* 5/5* 5/6* 5/9 5/10 5/12 5/13 5/16 5/19* 5/20* 5/20*

at Stanford Long Beach State Pepperdine Long Beach CC California California USC at USC USC at Pepperdine Loyola College of Sequoias at Occidental Cal Poly Pomona at Santa Clara at California at California

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4-0 7-0 5-3 8-4 1-0 2-1 3-1 11-8 6-4 2-1 4-3 4-1 9-5 8-3 6-5 5-0 4-2

18-6-5 19-6-5 20-6-5 20-7-5 21-7-5 21-8-5 21-9-5 21-10-5 21-11-5 22-11-5 23-11-5 24-11-5 25-11-5 25-12-5 25-13-5 25-14-5 25-15-5

at California at California Long Beach State Cal Poly Pomona Arizona Loyola USC USC at Los Angeles State San Diego Stanford Stanford

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10-3 2-1 13-7 8-0 6-1 4-0 11-2 1-0 3-1 5-2 6-0 7-3

23-13-2 23-14-2 24-13-2 24-15-2 25-15-2 26-15-2 27-15-2 27-16-2 28-16-2 29-16-2 30-16-2 20-17-2

* CIBA Game # Los Angeles State Tournament

1964 (35-16-2, 13-7, 3rd) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle game results not available

*CIBA game

1962 (23-22-3, 4-12, 5th) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

Record

2/14 2/17 2/17 2/20 2/22 2/24 2/27 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/17* 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/30* 3/31* 4/3 4/4 4/6* 4/7* 4/10 4/11 4/13* 4/14* 4/16# 4/17# 4/18# 4/19# 4/20# 4/21* 4/24 4/27* 4/28* 4/28* 5/1 5/4* 5/5* 5/8 5/11* 5/12*^ 5/12*

Phillie Minors Chicago W.S. Minors Chicago W.S. Minors Boston R.S. Minors Chicago W.S. Minors New York Mets Minors Valley College at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Pierce College College of Sequoias L.A. Angels (semipro) Westmont College Occidental San Diego USC Whittier College Cal Poly Pomona Hawaii Los Angeles State Santa Clara Santa Clara Cal Poly Pomona Loyola at Stanford at California El Camino at Occidental Stanford Stanford vs. USC vs. San Jose State vs. Arizona State vs. Cal Poly Pomona vs. Los Angeles State at USC Arizona at Stanford at Santa Clara at Santa Clara at S.F. Valley State USC at USC at Los Angeles State California California California

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0-0-1 0-1-1 0-2-1 1-2-1 1-2-2 1-3-2 2-3-2 2-4-2 3-4-2 3-4-3 3-5-3 4-5-3 5-5-3 6-5-3 7-5-3 8-5-3 8-6-3 9-6-3 10-6-3 11-6-3 11-7-3 12-7-3 12-8-3 13-8-3 14-8-3 15-8-3 15-9-3 16-9-3 17-9-3 18-9-3 18-10-3 18-11-3 19-11-3 20-11-3 21-11-3 22-11-3 22-12-3 22-13-3 22-14-3 22-15-3 22-16-3 22-17-3 22-18-3 22-19-3 22-20-3 22-21-3 23-21-3 23-22-3

4-4 5-1 4-1 3-1 6-6 4-3 13-0 11-4 8-3 5-5 3-2 7-3 13-1 10-1 5-3 6-2 11-1 13-9 4-0 6-5 6-3 1-0 5-3 4-3 5-3 3-1 4-3 2-1 3-1 6-4 4-0 6-2 12-2 12-5 8-1 4-3 11-5 7-1 10-9 6-1 10-2 14-13 5-3 6-5 2-0 2-1 6-1 5-1

* CIBA game # Los Angeles State Easter Classic ^ Completion of suspended game (began in Berkeley, April 7)

1963 (30-17-2, 9-7, 2nd) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/12 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/23 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/2 3/5 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/12 3/15* 3/16* 3/22* 3/23* 3/26 3/27 3/29* 3/30* 4/2 4/3 4/5* 4/8# 4/9# 4/10# 4/16 4/17 4/19* 4/20* 4/20*

Phillie Minors Chicago W.S. Minors Los Angeles Angels Juniors Cal Poly Cal Poly Phillie Minors Chicago W.S. Minors at Occidental Boston R.S. Minors at El Camino Boston R.S. Minors at Cal Poly Pomona at San Diego at Pierce College at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Valley College at USC at USC Santa Clara Santa Clara Los Angeles State S.F. Valley State California California Westmont College Pepperdine at Santa Clara vs. Fresno State vs. Long Beach State vs. Cal Poly Pomona College of Sequoias New Mexico at Santa Clara at Stanford at Stanford

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4/22* 4/22* 4/23 4/24 4/27 5/1 5/3* 5/4* 5/7 5/8 5/10* 5/11*

Record

2-1 0-1 5-2 0-2 2-2 0-2-1 5-2 1-2-1 4-1 2-2-1 3-2 3-2-1 4-3 3-3-1 3-2 3-4-1 8-2 4-4-1 3-2 5-4-1 10-8 6-4-1 3-1 7-4-1 16-4 8-4-1 7-3 9-4-1 7-3 9-5-1 10-9 10-5-1 8-5 11-5-1 3-3 11-5-2 13-3 12-5-2 3-1 13-5-2 8-4 14-5-2 3-2 15-5-2 3-2 16-5-2 5-0 16-6-2 1-0 17-6-2 4-2 18-6-2 7-6 19-6-2 4-2 19-7-2 2-1 20-7-2 7-2 21-7-2 5-4 21-8-2 3-0 21-9-2 2-1 22-9-2 6-0 23-9-2 4-1 23-10-2 3-0 23-11-2 3-1 23-12-2

1965 (33-15, 10-10, 4th) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle game results not available

1966 (35-24, 10-10, 4th) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/4 2/9 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/26 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/8 3/9 3/11* 3/12* 3/12* 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/23 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/30 4/1* 4/2* 4/2* 4/4 4/8* 4/9* 4/12 4/13 4/15* 4/16* 4/16* 4/19 4/20 4/22* 4/23* 4/26 4/27 4/29* 4/30* 4/30* 5/6* 5/7* 5/11 5/13* 5/14*

Alumni Phillie Minors at Millers Playtimers Cal Poly Phillie Minors Long Beach State at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State S.F. Valley State El Camino at Cal State Los Angeles San Diego State San Diego State Cal State Los Angeles Whittier at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Pierce College at Cal State Los Angeles California Santa Clara Santa Clara Chapman College at Cal State Los Angeles Arizona Arizona Arizona Loyola Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona UC Riverside Fullerton JC at Stanford at Santa Clara at Santa Clara Pepperdine UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara La Verne Santa Ana at Stanford at California at Calfiornia at S.F. Valley State at Cal Lutheran UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara College of Sequoias Westmont College California Stanford Stanford USC at USC Los Angeles CC at USC USC

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6-3 6-3 10-3 14-11 7-6 8-0 7-2 9-7 9-4 5-1 13-4 6-5 10-5 5-4 4-1 2-1 6-3 5-3 7-6 8-6 9-5 3-2 5-4 10-3 19-2 4-3 4-3 10-8 9-8 3-2 6-2 6-5 4-2 11-7 1-0 6-5 5-2 6-5 14-2 6-2 7-0 4-1 7-5 5-4 3-2 7-4 5-1 4-3 9-8 6-5 12-2 5-2 18-0 7-0 13-10 3-2 5-2 13-11 4-1

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 9-4 10-4 11-4 12-4 12-5 12-6 12-7 13-7 14-7 15-7 16-7 17-7 17-8 18-8 19-8 19-9 20-9 20-10 20-11 21-11 22-11 23-11 23-12 24-12 25-12 25-13 26-13 27-13 28-13 29-13 29-14 29-15 30-15 31-15 32-15 33-15 34-15 34-16 35-16 35-17 35-18 35-19 35-20 35-21 35-22 35-23 35-24

* CIBA Game

1967 (43-19, 10-6, 2nd) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/4 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/11

Alumni Phillie Minors Paramount Angels Long Beach CC at College of Sequoias at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State at El Camino CC Phillie Minors at Long Beach State Cal Poly Cal Poly at Pierce College at Cal Poly Pomona at Occidental at UC Riverside College of Sequoias Cal Poly Pomona at Arizona State at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona

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15-8 4-3 4-3 5-4 8-3 19-3 8-5 8-1 4-3 11-3 9-7 8-6 7-0 7-1 8-5 1-0 4-1 7-1 9-3 2-1 3-2 8-7 6-2

Record 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 10-4 11-4 11-5 12-5 13-5 13-6 13-7 14-7 15-7 15-8


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 3/20# 3/21# 3/21# 3/22# 3/23# 3/24# 3/25# 3/27 3/28 3/29 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/12 4/14* 4/14* 4/15* 4/15* 4/22* 4/22* 4/25 4/26 4/28* 4/29* 4/29* 5/2 5/3 5/5 5/6* 5/9* 5/10 5/12* 5/12* 5/13* 5/13* 5/16 5/17 5/19* 5/20*

vs. Wyoming vs. Brigham Young vs. Washington vs. UC Riverside vs. Mississippi State vs. Yale vs. Ohio State at Cal State Los Angeles UC Riverside Yale at Long Beach State Pepperdine Westmont College Fullerton JC Washington Washington Washington State Washington State California California Cal State Los Angeles Chapman College at California at Stanford at Stanford Cal Lutheran at Chapman College Santa Clara at USC at S.F. Valley State Los Angeles CC at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oregon at Oregon Loyola UC Santa Barbara USC USC

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4-3 5-4 2-1 10-2 12-10 2-0 4-3 6-4 12-2 7-4 5-4 8-6 8-4 10-2 8-0 3-0 11-5 6-3 8-7 8-3 6-1 7-5 1-0 8-3 9-2 13-5 2-0 8-7 8-1 3-2 4-2 4-1 5-4 10-2 3-0 7-0 2-1 12-8 10-2

15-9 16-9 17-9 18-9 19-9 20-9 21-9 21-10 22-10 23-10 24-10 25-10 26-10 27-10 28-10 29-10 30-10 31-10 32-10 33-10 33-11 34-11 35-11 35-12 35-13 36-13 37-13 38-13 38-14 39-14 39-15 39-16 39-17 40-17 41-17 42-17 42-18 43-18 43-19

* Pac-8 Games # UC Riverside Tournament

1968 (35-20, 11-8, 4th) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/6 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/20 2/21 2/23 2/24 2/24 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/6 3/8 3/8 3/18# 3/19# 3/19# 3/20# 3/21# 3/23# 3/23# 3/26 3/27 3/29 4/5 4/11 4/11 4/13 4/16 4/17 4/19* 4/20* 4/20* 4/23 4/26* 4/27* 4/27* 4/29* 4/29* 4/30* 5/3* 5/4* 5/7 5/10* 5/11* 5/11* 5/17* 5/18* 5/18* 5/21* 5/25*

Los Angeles CC at College of Sequoias at College of Sequoias at College of Sequoias at L.B. Merchants at S.F. Valley State at El Camino at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Cal State Fullerton San Diego State UC Riverside Cal Poly Cal Poly at Cal State Los Angeles at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal Poly Pomona Tennessee Brigham Young Pittsburgh UC Riverside Kansas Oregon Mississippi State UC Santa Barbara at Pierce College Los Angeles CC Chapman College Arizona State Arizona State Occidental Long Beach State Fullerton JC at Stanford at California at California Cal State Los Angeles Oregon Oregon State Oregon State Washington State Washington State Washington at USC at USC Cal Lutheran California Stanford Stanford at Washington State at Washington at Washington at Oregon State USC

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8-7 7-3 7-0 9-4 11-6 3-2 5-3 6-5 4-3 6-0 4-2 3-2 7-4 8-4 6-4 5-4 4-2 8-3 1-0 5-2 4-3 1-0 19-5 4-3 12-6 4-3 4-2 9-2 7-5 5-1 6-5 9-3 2-1 4-1 7-3 3-2 6-3 8-6 7-2 11-8 2-1 4-3 10-6 5-4 7-4 8-3 10-1 4-2 4-0 8-4 8-0 17-7 8-4 8-5 11-2

Record 1-0 0-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 5-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 10-4 11-4 12-4 12-5 12-6 13-6 14-6 14-7 14-8 15-8 16-8 17-8 17-9 17-10 18-10 19-10 20-10 20-11 21-11 22-11 23-11 23-12 24-12 25-12 25-13 26-13 27-13 28-13 29-13 29-14 30-14 31-14 31-15 32-15 32-16 32-17 32-18 32-19 33-19 34-19 35-19 35-20

* Pac-8 Conference game # UC Riverside Tournament

1969 (42-12-1, 17-4, 1st) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/7 2/11 2/13 2/14 2/26 3/1 3/1 3/4

Long Beach CC Cal Lutheran College of Sequoias at Fresno State Pepperdine Cal Poly Cal Poly Loyola

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6-0 10-0 1-0 4-0 5-4 11-1 5-2 14-7

Record 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1

3/5 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/25 3/25 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/31^ 4/1^ 4/1^ 4/2^ 4/4^ 4/5^ 4/5^ 4/8 4/9 4/11* 4/12* 4/12* 4/15 4/18* 4/19* 4/19* 4/21* 4/21* 4/22* 4/25* 4/26* 4/26* 5/3* 5/9* 5/10* 5/10* 5/12* 5/12* 5/13* 5/16* 5/17* 5/23# 5/24# 6/13% 6/14%

at Occidental at S.F. Valley State at San Diego State at San Diego State Cal State Fullerton at Claremont at Long Beach State Utah Utah at Chapman College at Cal State Los Angeles at Cal State Los Angeles Illinois Indiana Delaware UC Riverside Mississippi USC Brigham Young S.F. Valley State San Diego State Stanford California California Cal Poly Pomona Washington State Washington Washington Oregon Oregon Oregon State at California at Stanford at Stanford USC at Oregon at Oregon State at Oregon State at Washington State at Washington State at Washington USC at USC Santa Clara Santa Clara Tulsa Arizona State

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3-1 8-1 8-3 9-1 10-6 10-1 9-0 11-1 6-5 12-1 13-3 13-1 2-1 14-1 5-4 15-1 3-0 16-1 2-2 16-1-1 8-1 17-1-1 5-4 17-2-1 12-8 17-3-1 6-4 18-3-1 6-0 19-3-1 10-7 20-3-1 5-1 21-3-1 11-3 21-4-1 11-7 21-5-1 4-3 21-6-1 9-8 22-6-1 3-2 22-7-1 3-1 22-8-1 5-4 23-8-1 11-8 24-8-1 1-0 25-8-1 6-2 26-8-1 7-0 27-8-1 2-1 27-9-1 7-0 28-9-1 2-1 29-9-1 3-2 29-10-1 5-0 30-10-1 4-3 31-10-1 6-5 32-10-1 4-1 33-10-1 12-2 34-10-1 3-1 35-10-1 4-1 36-10-1 9-7 37-10-1 5-2 38-10-1 9-4 39-10-1 14-5 40-10-1 7-5 41-10-1 2-1 42-10-1 6-5 42-11-1 2-1 (11)42-12-1

* Pac-8 Conference game ^ Riverside Tournament # NCAA Tournament District 8 (Sawtelle Field) % College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

1970 (26-24-1, 8-7, 2nd) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/12 2/13 2/14 2/14 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/23 2/24 2/27 3/3 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/10 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/28 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/11* 4/14 4/15 4/17* 4/18* 4/18* 4/22 4/24* 4/25* 4/25* 4/28 5/1* 5/1* 5/2* 5/2* 5/5 5/9* 5/9* 5/13 5/15* 5/16* 5/21** 5/22** 5/22** 5/23**

at College of Sequoias at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State at UC Irvine at Long Beach State Westmont College Cal Poly Cal Poly San Diego State Long Beach State at Chapman College Occidental Loyola at Cal State Los Angeles at Cal State Los Angeles Pepperdine at Loyola Gonzaga at Loyola Utah Utah Fullerton JC UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at USC at Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona at Stanford at California at California Pierce College California Stanford Stanford Valley College Washington State Washington State Washington Washington Chapman College at Oregon State at Oregon State Cal Lutheran USC at USC Washington State USC Oregon State USC

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Record

5-4 0-1 1-0 0-2 7-4 0-3 5-4 1-3 7-0 1-4 6-5 1-5 12-10 1-6 10-4 2-6 10-5 3-6 13-9 4-6 5-4 5-6 5-3 5-7 2-1 6-7 4-3 7-7 3-2 8-7 4-4 8-7-1 15-1 9-7-1 10-9 9-8-1 8-4 10-8-1 12-4 10-9-1 12-9 11-9-1 7-5 11-10-1 8-6 12-10-1 6-5 13-10-1 4-2 13-11-1 2-1 13-12-1 8-2 13-13-1 4-1 14-13-1 11-9 14-14-1 5-4 15-14-1 2-1 15-15-1 3-2 15-16-1 11-4 16-16-1 5-1 17-16-1 8-4 18-16-1 6-0 18-17-1 4-0 18-18-1 5-4 19-18-1 8-3 19-19-1 7-3 20-19-1 16-2 21-19-1 6-1 21-20-1 7-3 22-20-1 4-3 23-20-1 11-0 24-20-1 8-5 24-21-1 4-1 24-22-1 5-4 25-22-1 8-4 25-23-1 13-2 26-23-1 7-1 26-24-1

* Pac-8 Conference game ** Pac-8 Conference Tournament game

1971 (38-17, 11-6, 3rd) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/9 2/11 2/12

Cal Poly Pomona at College of Sequoias at Fresno State

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13-0 30-0 10-3

Record 1-0 2-0 2-1

2/13 2/13 2/17 2/19 2/20 2/20 2/23 2/24 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/12 3/22^ 3/23^ 3/24^ 3/25^ 3/26^ 3/27^ 3/29 3/30 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/13* 4/16* 4/17* 4/17* 4/20 4/23* 4/24* 4/24* 4/28 4/30* 4/30* 5/1* 5/1* 5/4 5/5 5/7* 5/7* 5/8* 5/8* 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/14* 5/15* 5/18

at Fresno State at Fresno State Long Beach State UC Santa Barbara at Chapman College at Chapman College Cal Poly Pomona Westmont College at Long Beach State at Long Beach State at Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles at Loyola at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara Pepperdine Cal Poly Pomona UC Irvine Cal State Fullerton Chapman College Southern Illinois Chapman College Gonzaga at Pepperdine at Angels at Angels Occidental UC Irvine USC Stanford California California San Diego State at California at Stanford at Stanford at Cal State Los Angeles Oregon State Oregon State Oregon Oregon Loyola S.F. Valley State at Washington at Washington at Washington State at Washington State at Loyola at Loyola Cal State Los Angeles at USC USC Chapman College

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9-3 4-3 4-2 5-3 6-3 4-3 4-3 2-1 7-3 6-2 2-1 6-4 6-6 6-5 6-0 13-1 4-3 4-1

3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-4 5-4 5-5 6-5 7-5 8-5 9-5 10-5 10-5-1 10-6-1 11-6-1 12-6-1 12-7-1 13-7-1 14-7-1 15-7-1 6-5 16-7-1 9-6 17-7-1 5-0 17-8-1 4-1 17-9-1 9-4 18-9-1 4-1 19-9-1 8-2 20-9-1 9-6 21-9-1 7-1 21-10-1 6-4 22-10-1 11-8 23-10-1 8-6 24-10-1 6-5 25-10-1 6-1 25-11-1 2-1 25-12-1 3-2 25-13-1 13-6 26-13-1 4-3 27-13-1 5-1 28-13-1 3-1 29-13-1 18-1 30-13-1 7-5 30-14-1 31-14-1 2-1 32-14-1 12-1 33-14-1 5-1 34-14-1 11-0 35-14-1 8-7 35-15-1 11-10 36-15-1 37-15-1 1-0 37-16-1 6-3 37-17-1 6-5 38-17-1

* Pac-8 Conference game ^ Anaheim Collegiate Baseball Tournament

1972 (32-33-1, 4-14, 4th) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

Record

2/6 2/6 2/8 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/26 2/26 2/29 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/21^ 3/21^ 3/22^ 3/23^ 3/23^ 3/24^ 3/25^ 3/28^ 3/29^ 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/4 4/5 4/7* 4/8* 4/8* 4/11 4/12 4/14* 4/15* 4/15* 4/18 4/19 4/21* 4/22* 4/22* 4/25 4/26 4/28* 4/29* 4/29*

at San Diego State at San Diego State at UC Irvine at College of Sequoias at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fullerton JC Arizona Arizona Arizona Cal Lutheran Cal Poly Pomona Loyola Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles Westmont College Pepperdine UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara San Diego State at Cal State Los Angeles at Long Beach State Santa Clara Cornell Tennessee UC Riverside South Carolina Stanford Arizona State Gonzaga Long Beach State at Chapman College at California Angels at California Angels at S.F. Valley State at Chapman College California California California S.F. Valley State at Occidental at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at Cal Poly Pomona UC Irvine at USC USC USC Long Beach State at Pepperdine Stanford Stanford Stanford

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0-1 0-1-1 0-2-1 1-2-1 1-3-1 1-4-1 2-4-1 3-4-1 3-5-1 4-5-1 5-5-1 5-6-1 6-6-1 6-7-1 7-7-1 8-7-1 9-7-1 10-7-1 11-7-1 11-8-1 12-8-1 13-8-1 14-8-1 15-8-1 16-8-1 17-8-1 18-8-1 19-8-1 20-8-1 20-9-1 20-10-1 20-11-1 21-11-1 21-12-1 22-12-1 23-12-1 23-13-1 23-14-1 23-15-1 23-16-1 23-17-1 23-18-1 23-19-1 23-20-1 23-21-1 24-21-1 24-22-1 24-23-1 24-24-1 24-25-1 24-26-1 25-26-1 26-26-1 26-27-1 27-27-1 27-28-1

77

10-6 4-4 9-0 24-8 7-2 4-3 11-0 5-4 6-5 11-7 3-2 8-6 5-0 10-9 7-3 10-0 3-2 4-3 9-2 2-1 2-1 9-3 4-3 9-1 5-2 11-3 5-2 8-3 10-4 6-0 12-1 7-3 11-1 6-2 4-1 11-1 4-2 3-1 4-2 4-2 4-1 6-5 6-2 4-3 4-2 3-1 2-0 10-6 2-1 5-2 10-0 7-6 9-2 16-13 8-7 20-3

5/2 5/3 5/5* 5/6* 5/6* 5/9 5/10 5/12* 5/13* 5/13*

Cal Poly Pomona Loyola at California at California at California at Cal State Los Angeles at Loyola USC at USC at USC

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12-9 8-5 3-2 9-5 4-3 14-8 3-1 8-6 9-2 7-6

28-28-1 29-28-1 29-29-1 30-29-1 30-30-1 31-30-1 31-31-1 31-32-1 31-33-1 32-33-1

* Pac-8 Conference game ^ UC Riverside Tournament

1973 (29-24, 7-11, 3rd) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/9 2/10 2/10 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/23 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/7 3/10* 3/10* 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/24 3/24 4/3 4/4 4/6* 4/7* 4/7* 4/11^ 4/14* 4/15* 4/15* 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/24 4/25 4/27* 4/28* 4/28* 5/1 5/2 5/4* 5/5* 5/5* 5/8 5/10* 5/11* 5/12* 5/12*

at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State at Cal State Northridge at San Diego State Cal Lutheran at Arizona Loyola Loyola at Cal State Northridge at Loyola Chapman College at Long Beach State Los Angeles CC Los Angeles CC Occidental at USC at USC Long Beach State UC Santa Barbara at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal Poly Pomona Gonzaga Gonzaga at Loyola UC Irvine Stanford Stanford Stanford Chapman College at California at California at California Cal State Northridge Pepperdine at Cal State Los Angeles at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara Cal Poly Pomona Westmont College California California California at Cal State Los Angeles at Pepperdine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at UC Irvine at USC at USC USC USC

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2-1 6-3 2-1 4-2 11-6 6-3 2-1 10-5 8-3 12-5 11-0 6-3 2-1 11-6 6-3 8-1 6-3 10-1 8-4 10-8 1-0 6-5 5-1 10-3 7-6 3-2 3-2 7-3 4-2 15-3 3-0 5-4 7-6 12-10 10-3 6-5 5-1 2-1 9-1 7-6 3-1 5-2 4-2 6-5 9-3 2-1 4-2 3-1 4-2 6-5 6-2 8-4 6-4

Record 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 8-5 9-5 10-5 11-5 11-6 11-7 12-7 13-7 13-8 13-9 14-9 15-9 16-9 17-9 18-9 18-10 19-10 20-10 20-11 21-11 22-11 22-12 23-12 24-12 24-13 25-13 26-13 26-14 26-15 27-15 27-16 27-17 27-18 28-18 28-19 28-20 28-21 29-21 29-22 29-23 29-24

* Pac-8 Conference Game ^ played at La Palma

1974 (26-35, 7-11, 4th) Head Coach: Arthur Reichle Date

Opponent

Result

2/5 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/9 2/12 2/13 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/18 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/23 2/23 2/26 2/27 3/5 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/12 3/13

Cal State Northridge at Long Beach State Fresno State at Loyola at Loyola at Cal State Fullerton UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Los Angeles at Cal State Los Angeles at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Chapman College San Diego State San Diego State at Occidental at Pepperdine CS Dominguez Hills at San Diego State Arizona Arizona Loyola Cal Lutheran at UC Santa Barbara Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles vs. Oregon vs. Tulane vs. Stanford vs. UC Riverside vs. Wisconsin vs. BYU vs. Arizona State at UC Irvine at UC Irvine at California at California at California

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3/23 3/23 3/25# 3/26# 3/27# 3/28# 3/29# 3/30# 4/3 4/3 4/5* 4/6* 4/6*

6-5 4-3 5-2 10-5 5-4 5-1 6-2 18-8 6-3 4-3 7-2 7-6 14-2 6-3 5-1 7-3 3-2 1-2 19-1 10-5 9-6 13-1 9-8 10-6 13-6 5-3 9-1 10-2 4-2 6-4 8-4 7-6 2-1 5-0 6-4 13-6 4-3 3-2 16-6

Record 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 0-9 0-10 0-11 1-11 1-12 1-13 1-14 2-14 3-14 3-15 4-15 5-15 5-16 5-17 6-17 7-17 8-17 9-17 10-17 11-17 12-17 12-18 12-19 13-19 14-19 14-20 14-21 14-22 15-22 15-23 15-24


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 4/10 4/10 4/12* 4/13* 4/13* 4/19* 4/20* 4/20* 4/23 4/24 4/26* 4/27* 4/27* 4/30 5/1 5/3* 5/4* 5/4* 5/10* 5/11* 5/11*

Hawaii Gonzaga Gonzaga Stanford Stanford Stanford USC at USC at USC at Cal Poly Pomona Pepperdine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at Cal State Northridge Cal Poly Pomona California California California at USC USC USC

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15-6 9-5 13-2 8-3 6-0 11-8 8-2 11-5 6-5 4-2 5-4 2-0 6-0 8-7 7-6 9-7 11-10 5-4 9-6 10-0 6-5 22-2

16-24 17-24 18-24 19-24 20-24 21-24 21-25 21-26 21-27 22-27 22-28 22-29 22-30 22-31 22-32 23-32 24-32 25-32 25-33 25-34 26-34 26-35

* Pac-8 Conference game # Riverside Tournament

1975 (31-22, 7-11, 3rd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/7 2/8 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/14 2/15 2/15 2/17 2/17 2/21 2/22 2/22 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/12 3/14 3/26 3/29^ 3/31 4/2 4/4* 4/5* 4/5* 4/8 4/11* 4/12* 4/13* 4/15 4/16 4/18* 4/19* 4/19* 4/22 4/25* 4/26* 4/26* 4/29 5/2* 5/3* 5/3* 5/6 5/7 5/9* 5/10* 5/10*

at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State at UC Irvine Occidental Cal State Fullerton at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara San Diego State San Diego State SoCal College at Cal State Los Angeles at Cal State Los Angeles Loyola Marymount Chapman College San Diego State UC Irvine UC Irvine at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona State Pepperdine Cal State Northridge at Loyola Marymount Oregon Utah Washington State Westmont College at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at Pepperdine California California California Cal State Los Angeles CS Dominguez Hills USC at USC at USC Cal Poly Pomona at California at California at California at Cal State Northridge Stanford Stanford Stanford at Cal Poly Pomona UC Santa Barbara at USC USC USC

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9-7 5-2 2-0 11-8 12-4 7-2 10-9 5-1 9-4 9-6 9-0 9-1 3-1 8-7 10-2 6-5 15-6 13-6 18-0 9-3 15-3 4-3 9-6 15-12 3-2 4-3 16-4 12-2 3-0 4-1 7-3 6-1 6-5 9-7 15-11 8-6 6-1 7-2 6-4 6-4 2-1 4-3 5-4 10-0 11-3 9-5 4-3 13-3 5-3 5-2 6-3 10-4 5-0

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 9-2 10-2 11-2 11-3 12-3 12-4 13-4 14-4 14-5 14-6 14-7 15-7 15-8 16-8 16-9 17-9 18-9 19-9 20-9 20-10 20-11 27-14 21-11 22-11 23-11 24-11 25-11 25-12 25-13 25-14 26-14 28-14 28-15 28-16 28-17 29-17 29-18 29-19 29-20 30-20 31-20 31-21 31-22

* Pac-8 conference game ^ Neutral site (Pomona) NA - Not available

1976 (35-25, 16-8, 1st) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/13 2/14 2/14 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/25 2/27 2/28 2/28 3/2 3/4* 3/5* 3/6* 3/9 3/10 3/12* 3/13* 3/13* 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/19* 3/20*

Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State at UC Irvine at UC Irvine Whittier College at Cal State Northridge at Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State Pepperdine Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles Occidental at USC USC USC Loyola Marymount Gonzaga Stanford Stanford Stanford Arizona at Long Beach State at CS Dominguez Hills at California at California

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12-3 6-2 7-0 3-2 4-3 8-7 12-11 5-1 6-2 3-2 12-11 14-4 8-7 15-3 9-0 4-1 13-6 13-11 3-2 5-3 5-4 4-3 5-0 6-4 4-0 8-3 17-2

Record 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 5-5 6-5 7-5 8-5 9-5 10-5 10-6 10-7 10-8 11-8 12-8 12-9 13-9 14-9 14-10 15-10 16-10 17-10

3/20* NA 3/30 3/30 4/2* 4/3* 4/3* 4/5 NA 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/14 4/16* 4/17* 4/17* 4/20 4/23* 4/24* 4/24* 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/30 NA 5/4 5/5 5/7* 5/8* 5/8* 5/13* 5/14* 5/15*

at California at San Diego State at San Diego State. at San Diego State at UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara at SoCal College Chapman College at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV SoCal College UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at Pepperdine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Cal State Northridge Cal Poly Pomona CS Dominguez Hills UC Irvine at Cal Poly Pomona Loyola Marymount Westmont College California California California USC at USC USC

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2-1 6-3 4-3 3-2 7-2 6-2 11-10 6-0 6-3 4-3 8-6 12-2 12-3 14-4 9-6 5-2 4-2 13-9 8-7 5-3 6-1 9-2 6-4 11-7 6-3 15-6 9-6 10-3 9-7 3-2 6-3 7-3 7-6

17-11 17-12 17-13 17-14 18-14 19-14 20-14 21-14 21-15 21-16 22-16 23-16 24-16 25-16 25-17 26-17 26-18 26-19 27-19 28-19 28-20 29-20 29-21 30-21 30-22 30-23 31-23 32-23 33-23 34-23 34-24 34-25 35-25

* CIBA/Pac-8 South Conference game NA - not available

1977 (31-30, 10-8, 2nd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/8 2/9 2/11 2/12 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/19 2/19 2/21 2/21 2/25 2/26 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/4* 3/5* 3/5* 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/11 NA 3/15 3/18 3/19 NA^ NA^ NA^ NA^ NA^ NA^ NA^ 4/5 4/6 4/8* 4/9* 4/9* 4/12 4/13 4/15* 4/16* 4/16* 4/19 4/20 4/22* 4/23* 4/23* 4/26 4/27 4/30 4/30 5/3 5/4 5/6* 5/7* 5/7* 5/12* 5/13* 5/14*

Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge at San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State Chapman College Cal Poly Pomona at Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton UC Irvine UC Irvine at UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Los Angeles at Cal State Los Angeles Occidental at Cal State Northridge California California California at CS Dominguez Hills at Cal Poly Pomona Stanislaus State CS Dominguez Hills Pepperdine Westmont College Arizona Arizona Pittsburgh California BYU Missouri UC Riverside Washington State Oral Roberts at Loyola Marymount UC Santa Barbara Stanford Stanford Stanford Long Beach State Whittier College at USC USC USC Cal State Los Angeles SoCal College at California at California at California at Pepperdine Loyola Marymount Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles Loyola Marymount at Long Beach State at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at USC USC at USC

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13-6 8-4 8-6 11-4 9-7 4-1 4-3 7-1 7-0 3-2 6-3 11-2 6-5 4-1 12-0 5-2 7-6 17-0 7-6 6-4 3-1 6-0 3-1 5-1 9-2 7-1 9-1 4-0 7-5 10-4 8-7 8-4 6-2 4-1 8-7 14-10 4-3 8-6 5-4 4-1 5-2 8-4 5-3 8-7 10-4 15-4 5-4 13-10 11-0 3-2 7-5 6-1 5-3 6-4 12-8 5-4 19-3 7-1 7-4 2-1 4-3

Record 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 3-4 3-5 3-6 4-6 4-7 5-7 6-7 7-7 8-7 8-8 9-8 10-8 11-8 11-9 11-10 12-10 12-11 13-11 13-12 14-12 14-13 15-13 15-14 16-14 16-15 16-16 16-17 16-18 16-19 17-19 18-19 19-19 20-19 21-19 22-19 22-20 22-21 22-22 23-22 23-23 23-24 24-24 25-24 26-24 26-25 27-25 27-26 28-26 29-26 29-27 29-28 30-28 31-28 31-29 31-30

* Pac-8 Conference game ^ Riverside Tournament game (3/28 - 4/2) NA - not available

1978 (39-20, 9-9, 2nd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/16 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/20 2/20 2/21 NA

at Cal Poly Pomona CS Dominguez Hills Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona at UC Irvine at UC Irvine Cal State Northridge Cal State Los Angeles

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5-4 14-0 5-4 3-0 7-5 11-2 17-1 22-6

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 8-0

2/24 2/25 2/25 NA 3/8 NA^ 3/11 3/11 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/28 3/28 3/30 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/3 4/5 4/7* 4/8* 4/8* 4/11 4/12 4/14* 4/15*! 4/15*! 4/18 4/20* 4/21* 4/22* 4/25 4/26 4/28* 4/29* 4/29* 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/5* 5/6* 5/6* NA 5/9 5/11* 5/12* 5/13* 5/23$

at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Occidental UC Irvine Loyola Marymount at Long Beach State at Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton New Mexico at Chapman College Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii Washington State Washington State SoCal College at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford UC Santa Barbara Long Beach State California California California at Loyola Marymount at USC USC at USC Pepperdine at CS Dominguez Hills Stanford Stanford Stanford San Diego State San Diego State Westmont College at California at California at California at Cal State Los Angeles at Pepperdine USC at USC USC vs. Washington State

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3-0 5-3 6-3 5-0 6-0 10-5 5-2 3-2 4-1 2-1 6-2 4-3 1-0 2-1 9-0 1-0 6-1 7-4 5-3 15-5 6-0 3-0 8-7 10-9 4-2 5-2 22-0 8-3 2-0 11-4 8-6 6-5 5-4 7-3 9-2 6-3 6-1 15-8 8-6 8-2 8-7 11-1 12-6 5-4 6-4 6-5 5-1 1-0 7-6 9-8 7-6

8-1 8-2 8-3 9-3 10-3 11-3 12-3 13-3 14-3 15-3 16-3 17-3 17-4 17-5 18-5 18-6 18-7 18-8 18-9 19-9 20-9 21-9 21-10 21-11 22-11 23-11 24-11 25-11 26-11 27-11 28-11 28-12 28-13 28-14 29-14 30-14 31-14 32-14 32-15 33-15 34-15 35-15 36-15 36-16 37-16 38-16 38-17 38-18 38-19 39-19 39-20

* Pac-8 Conference game ^ UCLA home game (at LMU) ! UCLA home game (at Palm Springs) $ Pac-8 playoff game (at Stanford, for NCAA Tournament berth) NA - not available

1979 (43-18, 21-9, 1st) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/7 2/8 2/10 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/17 2/19 2/19 2/24 2/24 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/3* 3/3* 3/4* 3/6 3/8* 3/9* 3/10* 3/18* 3/24 3/24 3/30* 3/31* 3/31* 4/3 4/5* 4/6* 4/7 4/10 4/12*! 4/12*^ 4/13* 4/14* 4/14* 4/16 4/17 4/19* 4/20* 4/21* 4/23 4/24 4/27* 4/28* 4/28* 4/30 5/2 5/4* 5/6* 5/6* 5/7 5/8 5/10*

Westmont College at Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara Occidental Chapman College Pepperdine at Pepperdine UC Irvine UC Irvine Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles Long Beach State Cal State Fullerton Wheaton College Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at Cal State Los Angeles at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at California Oregon Oregon Stanford Stanford Stanford at San Diego State at USC USC at USC at Cal Poly Pomona California California California California California at Loyola Marymount at CS Dominguez Hills at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Loyola Marymount at UC Irvine Arizona Arizona Arizona at Long Beach State SoCal College at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Cal Poly Pomona San Diego State USC

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78

6-0 8-1 7-3 8-2 3-1 10-9 2-1 16-1 3-2 7-0 5-4 6-5 9-2 28-2 5-4 7-6 19-2 10-7 12-4 13-4 15-10 8-7 14-3 5-4 6-3 9-7 20-2 5-2 6-5 7-4 10-4 6-5 13-12 6-5 9-5 18-12 3-2 8-3 7-1 4-3 8-4 6-5 17-15 14-11 13-1 12-6 6-5 7-2 19-2 5-4 10-4 4-3 10-4 11-6 12-5

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 10-1 10-2 10-3 11-3 12-3 13-3 14-3 14-4 15-4 15-5 16-5 16-6 17-6 18-6 19-6 19-7 20-7 21-7 22-7 23-7 24-7 24-8 25-8 26-8 27-8 27-9 27-10 28-10 29-10 30-10 31-10 32-10 33-10 34-10 35-10 36-10 36-11 36-12 37-12 37-13 37-14 38-14 39-14 39-15 40-15

5/11* 5/12* 5/25 $ 5/26 $ 5/27 $ 5/28 $

at USC USC Cal State Fullerton Fresno State Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton

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9-4 14-13 5-4 5-4 9-2 9-5

40-16 41-16 42-16 43-16 43-17 43-18

* Pac-10 Conference game ! completion of game was 3/18 at California ^ California home game at UCLA (Sawtelle Field) $ NCAA District 8 playoffs at Fresno, CA

1980 (31-22-3, 15-15, t-3rd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/5 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/12 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/26 2/27 2/29* 3/1* 3/4 3/7* 3/8* 3/9* 3/11 3/13* 3/14* 3/15* 3/22* 3/23* 3/24* 3/26 3/28* 3/29* 3/30* 4/1 4/2 4/3^ 4/7 4/8 4/10* 4/11* 4/12* 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/19* 4/20* 4/21* 4/22 4/24* 4/25* 4/26* 4/29! 5/3* 5/3* 5/4* 5/5 5/6 5/7* 5/8* 5/9* 5/10*

at Cal State Los Angeles at Occidental at Loyola Marymount at Pepperdine at Pepperdine at UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara Cal State Fullerton SoCal College at Cal State Los Angeles at USC at USC at Cal State Northridge California California California at Cal State Fullerton Arizona Arizona Arizona at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Long Beach State at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at Loyola Marymount at Cal State Fullerton St. Mary’s at Chapman College at San Diego State at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Westmont College Cal Poly Pomona at Cal Poly Pomona Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State La Verne at California at California at California San Diego State Stanford Stanford Stanford at CS Dominguez Hills CS Dominguez Hills USC USC USC at USC

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Record

4-3 1-0 5-4 1-1 12-4 1-2 8-7 2-2 8-8 2-2-1 3-3 2-2-2 4-2 3-2-2 15-0 4-2-2 4-0 4-3-2 11-3 5-3-2 13-3 6-3-2 6-4 6-4-2 8-1 7-4-2 6-4 7-5-2 5-0 7-6-2 5-4 8-6-2 8-0 9-6-2 1-0 9-7-2 5-1 10-7-2 8-2 11-7-2 7-5 12-7-2 4-3 12-8-2 5-4 13-8-2 19-4 13-9-2 4-3 13-10-2 8-2 13-11-2 4-1 13-12-2 4-3 13-13-2 22-19 14-13-2 4-4 14-13-3 13-7 15-13-3 7-1 16-13-3 8-3 17-13-3 3-2 17-14-3 17-1 17-15-3 4-3 18-15-3 3-2 19-15-3 6-4 20-15-3 8-2 21-15-3 8-2 21-16-3 4-3 21-17-3 4-1 22-17-3 3-1 23-17-3 2-1 23-18-3 2-1 23-19-3 7-2 23-20-3 14-4 24-20-3 4-2 25-20-3 4-1 26-20-3 9-5 27-20-3 6-4 27-21-3 7-1 28-21-3 8-4 28-22-3 8-4 29-22-3 5-3 30-22-3 3-2 31-22-3

Note: Home games played at Pepperdine (Eddy D. Field Stadium) * Pac-10 conference game ^ UCLA home game (at West LA CC) ! UCLA home game (at Pierce College)

1981 (21-35, 7-23, 6th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/10 2/11 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/24 2/25 2/27 3/3 3/6* 3/7* 3/8* 3/10 3/11 3/13* 3/14* 3/15* 3/16 3/17 3/21 3/21* 3/21* 3/22* 3/29* 3/30* 3/31* 4/3* 4/4* 4/5* 4/8 4/10*

at Loyola Marymount at Cal Poly Pomona at UC Irvine Pepperdine at Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara Chapman College at Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Los Angeles UC Irvine Loyola Marymount Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State UC San Diego La Verne at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Oral Roberts San Diego State Cal State Fullerton Stanford Stanford Stanford at California at California at California USC at USC USC SoCal College Arizona

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9-3 6-5 12-3 9-6 4-3 11-2 8-5 10-3 3-1 4-1 8-4 5-2 9-7 5-2 5-1 13-9 10-1 15-5 11-6 4-2 5-2 10-9 8-2 10-1 14-5 5-1 20-3 8-2 11-5 3-2 6-5 4-3 9-1 5-3 6-3 15-2 5-3

Record 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 2-6 3-6 4-6 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-12 5-13 6-13 7-13 8-13 8-14 9-14 9-15 9-16 10-16 10-17 10-18 10-19 10-20 10-21 10-22 10-23 10-24 10-25 11-25 11-26


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 4/11* 4/12* 4/14 4/15 4/16* 4/17* 4/18* 4/21 4/22 4/24* 4/25* 4/26* 4/29 5/1* 5/2* 5/3* 5/7* 5/8* 5/9*

Arizona Arizona at CS Dominguez Hills Westmont College at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Occidental Cal State Northridge at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Cal State Los Angeles California California California at USC USC at USC

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9-8 10-5 13-6 9-8 6-5 15-9 10-7 9-4 7-6 6-5 10-9 14-9 13-11 8-0 4-2 9-8 12-6 10-2 6-4

12-26 12-27 13-27 14-27 14-28 15-28 16-28 17-28 18-28 18-29 18-30 18-31 19-31 20-31 20-32 20-33 21-33 21-34 21-35

* Pac-10 Conference game

1982 (38-27, 11-19, 4th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/2 2/3 2/5 2/6 2/9 2/12 2/13 2/13 2/15 2/16 2/17 2/19 2/20 2/20 2/23 2/24 2/26* 2/27* 2/28* 3/3 3/6* 3/6* 3/7* 3/9 3/10 3/13* 3/15* 3/20* 3/20* 3/21* 3/30 3/31 4/5 4/7 4/9* 4/10* 4/10* 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/17* 4/17* 4/18* 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23* 4/24* 4/25* 4/27 4/28 4/29*# 4/30* 5/1* 5/2* 5/3 5/5 5/5 5/7* 5/8* 5/9* 5/10 5/13* 5/14* 5/15*

Azusa Pacific U.S. International Pepperdine at Pepperdine Loyola Marymount at CS Dominguez Hills Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona UC San Diego Cal State Fullerton Pomona-Pitzer at UC Irvine UC Irvine UC Irvine Long Beach State at Cal Poly Pomona at USC USC at USC Cal State Los Angeles at California at California at California at Cal State Fullerton San Diego Arizona State Arizona State Stanford Stanford Stanford at UNLV at UNLV SoCal College Cal State Los Angeles California California California at Cal State Northridge Chapman College San Diego State at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at Occidental Cal Lutheran CS Dominguez Hills Arizona Arizona Arizona La Verne SoCal College Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Loyola Marymount UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at San Diego State USC at USC USC

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Record

12-8 13-0 18-14 17-4 6-4 7-1 9-4 11-3 17-1 16-6 14-1 4-2 1-0 16-4 11-6 13-12 4-1 8-1 12-6 7-6 11-9 15-3 7-6 9-7 7-6 4-2 4-3 11-5 7-5 11-8 13-11 10-9 15-2 6-1 6-5 11-10 17-11 10-8 9-6 3-2 4-3 9-3 16-5 4-0 4-2 8-0 2-1 6-2 3-0 11-5 7-2 6-2 10-4 18-4 9-2 14-7 11-6 7-2 10-7 7-5 12-6 7-3 7-6 13-9 17-8

1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 10-1 11-1 12-1 13-1 13-2 14-2 14-3 15-3 15-4 16-4 17-4 17-5 17-6 17-7 18-7 18-8 18-9 18-10 19-10 19-11 20-11 20-12 21-12 22-12 23-12 24-12 25-12 26-12 26-13 27-13 28-13 28-14 28-15 28-16 29-16 30-16 30-17 30-18 31-18 32-18 33-18 33-19 33-20 33-21 33-22 33-23 34-23 34-24 35-24 35-25 36-25 37-25 38-25 38-26 38-27

* Pac-10 conference game # UCLA designated as home team vs. Arizona State (Tempe, Ariz.)

1983 (28-24-1, 12-18, 5th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/9 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/25* 3/6* 3/8 3/9 3/11* 3/12* 3/13*

Cal State Los Angeles Occidental at Pepperdine at UC Irvine at UC Irvine Santa Clara Cal Poly Pomona UC Irvine Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara at Chapman College Long Beach State Stanford at California at Cal State Fullerton Gonzaga at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State

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8-2 6-0 5-5 5-0 7-4 19-0 8-6 9-2 6-1 4-3 14-3 14-12 13-5 3-2 6-4 12-11 4-3 7-6 5-4

Record 1-0 2-0 2-0-1 3-0-1 3-1-1 4-1-1 5-1-1 6-1-1 7-1-1 7-2-1 8-2-1 8-3-1 8-4-1 9-4-1 9-5-1 10-5-1 10-6-1 11-6-1 12-6-1

3/15 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/30 4/1* 4/2* 4/3* 4/6 4/8* 4/9* 4/10* 4/13 4/15*! 4/15* 4/16* 4/17* 4/18*! 4/22** 4/22** 4/23* 4/23* 4/24* 4/30* 5/1* 5/1* 5/4 5/6* 5/7* 5/8* 5/11 5/13* 5/14* 5/15*

Cal State Northridge Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles Northwestern Loyola Marymount Arizona Arizona Arizona at Loyola Marymount USC at USC USC U.S. International Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Stanford at California at California California California California Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State CS Dominguez Hills at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at San Diego State at USC USC at USC

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11-2 13-6-1 11-9 14-6-1 4-3 14-7-1 9-5 15-7-1 13-2 16-7-1 8-6 16-8-1 4-3 17-8-1 3-2 17-9-1 10-8 17-10-1 6-3 17-11-1 11-4 17-12-1 14-5 17-13-1 9-7 18-13-1 13-8 18-14-1 12-11 19-14-1 10-4 19-15-1 10-3 19-16-1 4-3 19-17-1 11-6 20-17-1 7-4 20-18-1 6-2 21-18-1 20-4 22-18-1 6-3 23-18-1 6-4 23-19-1 5-2 23-20-1 10-5 23-21-1 10-8 24-21-1 16-14 25-21-1 20-0 26-21-1 6-5 26-22-1 9-7 27-22-1 7-5 28-22-1 8-3 28-23-1 5-4 28-24-1

* Pac-10 conference game ! Home game vs. Stanford (in Palo Alto, Calif.) ** Road game vs. Cal at Jackie Robinson Stadium

1984 (28-32, 8-22, 6th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/6 2/7 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/25 2/28 2/29 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/9* 3/10* 3/11* 3/13 3/15* 3/16* 3/17* 3/24* 3/25* 3/26* 3/27 3/30* 3/31* 4/1* 4/3 4/6* 4/8* 4/11 4/13* 4/14* 4/15* 4/19* 4/20* 4/21* 4/25 4/27* 4/28* 4/29* 5/2 5/4* 5/5* 5/6* 5/9 5/11* 5/12* 5/13*

Chapman College at Occidental U.S. International at Miami at Miami at Miami at Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State Azusa Pacific at UC Irvine at UC Irvine at San Diego State Pomona-Pitzer Cal State Fullerton Cal Poly Pomona at Pepperdine Loyola Marymount CS Dominguez Hills Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at Loyola Marymount at Cal State Northridge at USC USC at USC Gonzaga California California California at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at San Jose State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State U.S. International Arizona Arizona at Long Beach State at California at California at California Stanford Stanford Stanford Cal State Los Angeles Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Cal Lutheran at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona San Diego State USC at USC USC

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Record

8-5 10-0 7-5 6-5 7-6 7-6 5-2 7-2 7-5 8-4 10-0 12-7 16-4 16-1 9-8 8-4 6-2 11-9 11-5 2-0 4-3 8-5 5-4 4-0 2-0 8-7 13-1 13-11 11-8 15-13 7-6 4-0 6-5 13-6 13-3 11-6 14-13 7-6 4-3 8-5 21-3 11-5 5-4 7-1 7-0 8-1 5-4 8-6 11-5 19-10 8-5 11-2 10-4 7-5 17-6 5-4 5-2 9-7 5-0

1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 8-4 9-4 9-5 9-6 9-7 10-7 11-7 12-7 12-8 13-8 14-8 14-9 14-10 14-11 14-12 15-12 16-12 16-13 17-13 17-14 17-15 17-16 18-16 18-17 18-18 18-19 19-19 20-19 21-20 22-20 23-20 23-21 23-22 23-23 24-23 24-24 24-25 24-26 24-27 24-28 25-28 25-29 26-29 27-29 28-29 28-30 28-31 28-32

* Pac-10 conference game

1985 (34-30-1, 13-17, 5th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/4 2/5 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/12 2/13 2/15

at Cal Poly Pomona U.S. International at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii Loyola Marymount at Cal State Los Angeles at Chapman College

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6-3 14-4 9-7 10-3 6-5 7-2 16-4 9-5 6-3

Record 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4

2/16 2/16 2/18 2/19 2/22* 2/23* 2/24* 2/26 2/27 3/1* 3/2* 3/3* 3/5 3/6 3/8* 3/9* 3/10* 3/12 3/14* 3/15* 3/16* 3/23* 3/24* 3/25* 3/26^ 3/27^ 3/28^ 3/28^ 3/29^ 3/29^ 3/30^ 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/10 4/12* 4/13* 4/14* 4/16 4/19* 4/20* 4/21* 4/24 4/26* 4/27* 4/28* 5/1 5/3* 5/4* 5/5* 5/8 5/10* 5/11* 5/12*

UC Irvine UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge USC at USC USC Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State Arizona Arizona Arizona at Pepperdine at Long Beach State Stanford Stanford Stanford Gonzaga at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State California California California Arizona State UC Riverside Missouri Air Force San Diego State Harvard Oregon State San Diego State at Cal State Fullerton at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts Cal State Los Angeles at California at California at California at Loyola Marymount at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford CS Dominguez Hills Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State U.S. International at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Pepperdine at USC USC at USC

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10-8 6-4 6-4 7-4 10-9 8-4 7-3 9-4 5-4 10-4 5-2 10-5 9-8 11-5 7-7 11-5-1 5-4 12-5-1 3-2 13-5-1 15-4 14-5-1 11-7 15-5-1 5-4 15-6-1 13-9 16-6-1 5-2 16-7-1 3-2 16-8-1 9-0 16-9-1 16-7 17-9-1 9-2 17-10-1 7-6 17-11-1 8-1 17-12-1 17-1117-13-1 13-4 17-14-1 4-2 17-15-1 8-3 17-16-1 17-7 18-16-1 10-7 19-16-1 7-4 20-16-1 4-2 20-17-1 6-4 21-17-1 14-6 21-18-1 7-6 22-18-1 5-4 22-19-1 2-1 22-20-1 3-0 22-21-1 13-3 23-21-1 11-10 23-22-1 5-3 23-23-1 4-3 23-24-1 12-4 24-24-1 14-3 25-24-1 4-3 25-25-1 9-6 26-25-1 9-8 26-26-1 10-6 27-26-1 9-8 27-27-1 11-10 28-27-1 6-5 29-27-1 5-4 30-27-1 14-11 30-28-1 14-4 30-29-1 11-4 31-29-1 7-3 31-30-1 7-3 32-30-1 5-3 33-30-1 10-5 34-30-1

* Pac-10 conference game ^ Riverside Tournament game

1986 (39-23, 21-9, 1st) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/4 2/5 2/7 2/8 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/16 2/16 2/18 2/20 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/26 2/28* 3/1* 3/2* 3/5 3/9* 3/11 3/12 3/14* 3/15* 3/17* 3/18 3/19 3/21* 3/22* 3/23* 3/29 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/4* 4/5* 4/7* 4/8 4/11* 4/12* 4/13* 4/15 4/18* 4/19* 4/20* 4/21* 4/21* 4/23 4/25* 4/26* 4/27* 4/29 4/30

at Pepperdine at Cal State Fullerton Chapman College San Diego State San Diego State at Loyola Marymount CS Dominguez Hills U.S. International U.S. International Pepperdine Cal Poly Pomona at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State Long Beach State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State UC Irvine at Stanford Gonzaga New Mexico California California California at Cal State Northridge Oral Roberts at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles at San Diego State at U.S. International Stanford Stanford Stanford UC Santa Barbara at USC USC at USC Loyola Marymount at California at California at California at Stanford at Stanford at UC Irvine Arizona Arizona Arizona at Long Beach State at UC Santa Barbara

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79

8-4 4-3 8-0 8-4 7-6 7-4 7-6 4-3 5-3 8-4 6-2 6-0 6-3 13-6 13-8 6-4 12-8 6-5 3-0 4-2 3-1 6-0 12-3 8-2 18-9 12-8 11-1 14-5 28-5 12-9 6-1 13-8 14-13 9-6 6-5 7-2 9-8 18-9 13-10 8-7 12-10 17-9 7-4 12-9 8-6 5-2 6-5 18-6 17-5 12-4 14-13 5-3 4-3

Record 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 10-4 11-4 12-4 12-5 12-6 12-7 12-8 12-9 13-9 14-9 15-9 16-9 17-9 17-10 17-11 18-11 19-11 19-12 20-12 21-12 21-13 22-13 22-14 23-14 23-15 24-15 25-15 26-15 26-16 27-16 27-17 28-17 28-18 28-19 29-19 30-19 30-20 31-20 32-20 32-21

5/2* 5/3* 5/4* 5/7 5/9* 5/10* 5/11* 5/22$ 5/23$

Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Cal State Fullerton USC at USC USC Hawaii Loyola Marymount

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9-2 9-7 12-4 6-5 5-2 6-4 12-7 6-3 12-10

33-21 34-21 35-21 36-21 37-21 38-21 39-21 39-22 39-23

* Pac-10 Conference game $ NCAA Western Regionals at Jackie Robinson Stadium

1987 (40-25-1, 16-14, 2nd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/4 2/6 2/7 2/8 2/10 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/18 2/20* 2/21* 2/22* 2/24 2/25 2/27* 2/28* 3/1* 3/4 3/6* 3/7* 3/8* 3/10 3/11 3/13* 3/14* 3/15* 3/22* 3/23* 3/24* 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/31 4/1 4/3^ 4/4^ 4/4^ 4/8 4/10* 4/11* 4/12* 4/14 4/16* 4/17* 4/18* 4/22 4/24* 4/25* 4/26* 4/29 5/1* 5/2* 5/3* 5/6 5/7 5/9* 5/10* 5/11* 5/16 5/22$ 5/23$ 5/24$ 5/24$ 5/25$

U.S. International at Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount at Pepperdine at Chapman College at UC Santa Barbara at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii Pepperdine Arizona Arizona Arizona UC Santa Barbara CS Dominguez Hills Stanford Stanford Stanford at San Diego State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Gonzaga Pacific California California California USC at USC USC at U.S. International at U.S. International Cal State Northridge San Diego State at Cal State Fullerton Maine Michigan Minnesota Long Beach State at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at UC Irvine Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Cal State Fullerton at California at California at California at Cal Poly Pomona at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at Long Beach State Cal State Los Angeles at USC USC at USC at Cal State Fullerton Hawaii Arizona State Hawaii Pepperdine Arizona State

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Record

7-4 1-0 3-2 1-1 7-6 1-2 8-4 1-3 17-5 2-3 6-3 3-3 5-4 3-4 9-6 4-4 11-3 5-4 8-7 5-5 3-3 5-5-1 12-10 5-6-1 6-5 6-6-1 18-5 7-6-1 17-4 8-6-1 6-5 9-6-1 17-9 10-6-1 14-5 11-6-1 13-5 11-7-1 7-2 12-7-1 11-6 12-8-1 3-2 13-8-1 12-5 14-8-1 11-4 15-8-1 8-3 16-8-1 7-6 17-8-1 9-8 17-9-1 19-8 18-9-1 11-6 19-9-1 9-7 20-9-1 5-4 21-9-1 14-4 22-9-1 7-1 23-9-1 13-2 24-9-1 6-5 24-10-1 8-5 25-10-1 10-3 26-10-1 4-1 26-11-1 2-0 27-11-1 9-7 28-11-1 14-6 29-11-1 3-2 29-12-1 8-6 29-13-1 8-0 30-13-1 13-12 31-13-1 11-10 32-13-1 20-5 32-14-1 16-12 33-14-1 8-3 33-15-1 9-0 34-15-1 9-5 34-16-1 12-8 34-17-1 10-8 34-18-1 12-8 34-19-1 12-4 34-20-1 10-3 35-20-1 23-5 36-20-1 7-6 36-21-1 11-6 37-21-1 7-4 37-22-1 4-0 37-23-1 12-11 38-23-1 9-3 38-24-1 16-7 39-24-1 21-5 40-24-1 14-4 40-25-1

* Pac-10 Conference game ^ Wheaties Tournament at Metrodome (Minneapolis, Minn.) $ NCAA West II Regional playoff game (Tempe, Ariz.)

1988 (31-28, 12-18, 5th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/2 2/3 2/5 2/6 2/7 2/9 2/10 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/19* 2/20* 2/21* 2/23 2/24 2/26* 2/27* 3/2 3/4* 3/5* 3/6* 3/8 3/10* 3/11* 3/12* 3/22

at UC Santa Barbara Pepperdine at San Diego at U.S. International at U.S. International at Loyola Marymount at Cal State Northridge UC Irvine at San Diego State at San Diego State Loyola Marymount Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Chapman College at Cal State Los Angeles Arizona Arizona Cal State Fullerton at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Cal Poly Pomona at California at California at California at South Alabama

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12-5 9-3 11-6 12-3 9-8 7-4 13-8 10-9 11-5 16-7 9-5 12-7 9-5 15-8 10-4 10-2 9-2 12-6 12-6 6-3 11-4 5-1 7-4 9-3 4-2 8-1 11-7

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-1 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 8-3 8-4 9-4 9-5 10-5 11-5 12-5 12-6 12-7 13-7 13-8 13-9 14-9 15-9 15-10 15-11 16-11


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 3/23 3/25^ 3/26^ 3/27^ 3/31* 4/1* 4/2* 4/7 4/8* 4/9* 4/10* 4/13 4/15* 4/16* 4/17* 4/18* 4/22* 4/23* 4/24* 4/26 4/27 4/29* 4/30* 5/1* 5/4 5/6* 5/7* 5/8* 5/10 5/13 5/14 5/15

at South Alabama New Orleans Tulane Louisiana State at USC USC at USC CS Dominguez Hills California California California Long Beach State Stanford Stanford Stanford Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at Pepperdine at Long Beach State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Cal State Fullerton USC at USC USC San Diego State at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV

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14-3 5-2 5-4 7-1 4-3 8-2 12-3 9-5 6-4 9-1 9-0 10-5 9-4 8-5 5-2 9-8 9-4 8-5 17-0 6-2 19-5 17-6 6-5 21-7 4-3 6-1 7-4 6-5 3-1 12-7 6-4 9-8

17-11 18-11 18-12 18-13 19-13 19-14 19-15 20-15 20-16 21-16 22-16 23-16 24-16 24-17 24-18 25-18 26-18 26-19 26-20 27-20 28-20 28-21 28-22 28-23 28-24 29-24 29-25 30-25 30-26 30-27 31-27 31-28

* Pac-10 Conference game ^ Busch Challenge (at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA)

1989 (27-32, 10-20, 5th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/1 2/5 2/5 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/24* 2/25* 2/26* 3/1 3/3* 3/4* 3/5* 3/7 3/10* 3/11* 3/12* 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/25* 3/26* 3/27* 3/29 3/31* 4/1* 4/2* 4/4 4/7* 4/8* 4/9* 4/11 4/12 4/14* 4/15* 4/16* 4/18 4/21* 4/22* 4/23* 4/28* 4/29* 4/30* 5/2 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/10 5/12* 5/13* 5/14* 5/19 5/20 5/21

UC Santa Barbara U.S. International U.S. International at Texas at Texas at Texas UC Irvine Pepperdine at Pepperdine at Loyola Marymount at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at UC Santa Barbara Arizona Arizona Arizona Iona at USC USC at USC Loyola Marymount Gonzaga Utah Minnesota Stanford Stanford Stanford at UC Irvine California California California Cal State Fullerton at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona CS Dominguez Hills at Long Beach State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Long Beach State at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at California at California at California at Cal State Fullerton at Maine at Maine at Maine Cal State Los Angeles USC at USC USC UNLV UNLV UNLV

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8-3 4-1 6-3 4-3 6-3 14-4 6-3 10-7 9-7 5-2 5-1 10-9 4-3 12-5 11-1 6-3 10-4 13-1 6-0 10-7 16-12 14-5 10-6 11-2 12-4 8-7 11-8 5-0 6-5 7-4 8-1 5-4 4-3 6-1 6-5 7-1 5-4 9-7 4-2 7-6 5-4 2-1 2-1 9-6 2-1 9-1 11-10 8-3 9-6 1-0 9-8 4-3 4-3 10-5 10-2 12-5 10-5 15-4 10-1

Record 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 3-6 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-12 6-12 6-13 6-14 7-14 7-15 8-15 9-15 9-16 9-17 10-17 11-17 11-18 12-18 13-18 13-19 14-19 14-20 14-21 14-22 15-22 16-22 17-22 18-22 18-23 19-23 20-23 21-23 21-24 21-25 22-25 22-26 23-26 24-26 24-27 25-27 26-27 26-28 26-29 26-30 26-31 26-32 27-32

* Pac-10 conference game NA - not available

1990 (41-26, 14-16, 4th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/30 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/4 2/7 2/8 2/10 2/11 2/13 2/14

Cal State Los Angeles at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at UC Riverside South Alabama UC Irvine Pepperdine at UC Irvine San Diego

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12-1 8-3 3-2 7-1 7-0 7-2 6-5 6-4 8-4 13-10 11-4

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 10-1

2/18* 2/19* 2/19* 2/21 2/23* 2/24* 2/25* 2/28 3/3* 3/5* 3/6 3/9* 3/10* 3/11* 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/24* 3/25* 3/26* 3/30* 3/31* 4/1* 4/3 4/6* 4/7* 4/8* 4/9* 4/12* 4/13* 4/14* 4/17 4/18 4/20* 4/21* 4/22* 4/25 4/27* 4/28* 4/29* 5/2 5/3 5/5 5/6 5/8 5/9 5/11 5/12 5/15 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/25$ 5/26$ 5/27$ 5/28$

Stanford Stanford Stanford Long Beach State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Loyola Marymount at California at California Cal State Fullerton USC at USC USC Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara Illinois at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona California California California at Long Beach State at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at California Arizona Arizona Arizona at UC Irvine at U.S. International Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Loyola Marymount at USC USC at USC at UC Santa Barbara at Chapman College U.S. International U.S. International at Cal State Fullerton CS Dominguez Hills Sacramento State Sacramento State at Pepperdine at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV South Alabama Fordham Wichita State Georgia Southern

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16-5 5-3 6-5 15-5 6-5 11-4 9-2 10-2 4-1 7-6 12-4 7-5 5-4 9-7 11-4 8-5 14-9 4-3 8-6 10-8 10-5 7-5 15-12 8-3 6-1 9-7 11-8 8-6 4-3 9-7 14-4 15-5 12-7 8-4 12-9 2-1 11-10 7-2 8-6 7-5 9-6 5-4 4-1 6-3 10-9 11-4 9-7 13-5 5-0 22-6 12-8 7-3 6-4 13-8 7-5 5-4

10-2 11-2 11-3 12-3 12-4 13-4 13-5 14-5 14-6 15-6 16-6 16-7 16-8 17-8 18-8 18-9 19-9 20-9 21-9 22-9 23-9 24-9 24-10 25-10 25-11 25-12 25-13 26-13 26-14 26-15 27-15 28-15 29-15 29-16 30-16 31-16 31-17 31-18 32-18 32-19 32-20 32-21 33-21 34-21 34-22 34-23 35-23 36-23 37-23 38-23 38-24 39-24 39-25 40-25 41-25 41-26

* Pac-10 conference game $ NCAA Midwest Regional at Wichita State (Eck Stadium)

1991 (29-30, 13-17, 4th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/2 2/3 2/6 2/8# 2/8# 2/9# 2/10# 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/18 2/20 2/22* 2/23* 2/24* 3/2* 3/3* 3/4* 3/6 3/8* 3/9* 3/10* 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/23* 3/24* 3/25* 3/29^ 3/30^ 3/31^ 4/3 4/5* 4/6* 4/7* 4/10 4/12* 4/13* 4/14* 4/17 4/19* 4/20* 4/21* 4/24 4/26* 4/27* 4/28* 4/30 5/3* 5/4* 5/5* 5/7 5/10*

UC Irvine at UC Irvine Loyola Marymount Georgia Southern Florida Central Florida Florida Cal State Los Angeles Chapman College U.S. International at UC Santa Barbara Pepperdine at California at California at California Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Long Beach State Arizona Arizona Arizona Cal State Fullerton at U.S. International at U.S. International at USC USC at USC Minnesota Stanford Notre Dame Cal Poly Pomona at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at Cal State Northridge California California California at Cal State Northridge at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at Cal State Fullerton at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Long Beach State Stanford Stanford Stanford UC Santa Barbara USC

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4-1 9-6 7-5 16-3 5-4 6-5 10-6 12-8 9-3 3-1 3-2 10-6 16-2 11-10 18-4 16-15 8-7 4-1 3-1 3-1 11-9 16-4 9-8 4-2 8-7 5-4 6-5 11-8 7-4 11-7 6-3 11-2 17-8 15-14 11-9 4-2 6-4 8-7 11-7 15-1 6-4 11-7 5-4 7-4 6-1 10-4 18-5 7-3 18-0 12-11 4-3 7-3 4-0

Record 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 6-4 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-7 8-7 9-7 9-8 9-9 10-9 11-9 12-9 13-9 14-9 14-10 15-10 15-11 15-12 15-13 16-13 16-14 17-14 18-14 18-15 18-16 18-17 18-18 18-19 18-20 18-21 18-22 19-22 20-22 21-22 22-22 23-22 23-23 24-23 24-24 24-25 24-26 25-26 25-27 25-28

5/11* 5/12* 5/15 5/17 5/18 5/19

at USC USC U.S. International UNLV UNLV UNLV

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7-5 13-4 12-1 9-0 11-9 8-10

26-28 27-28 28-28 29-28 29-29 29-30

* Pac-10 Conference game # Olive Garden Classic (Kissimmee, Fla.) ^ Oscar Mayer Classic at Metrodome (Minneapolis, Minn.)

1992 (37-26, 14-16, 3rd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/4 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/26 2/28* 2/29* 3/1* 3/4 3/6* 3/7* 3/11 3/14 3/21* 3/22* 3/23* 3/25 3/27* 3/28* 3/29* 4/3* 4/4* 4/5* 4/8 4/10* 4/11* 4/12* 4/14 4/16*! 4/16 4/17* 4/18* 4/21 4/22 4/24* 4/25* 4/26* 4/29 5/1* 5/2* 5/3* 5/5 5/6 5/9 5/10 5/13 5/15* 5/16* 5/17* 5/21^ 5/22^ 5/23^ 5/24^ 5/24^

at Cal State Fullerton at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii CS Dominguez Hills San Francisco State Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Los Angeles Northwestern Northwestern at UC Irvine UC Irvine San Diego UC Santa Barbara California California California at Loyola Marymount at Arizona at Arizona Pepperdine Chapman College Stanford Stanford Stanford at Chapman College at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State USC at USC USC at Long Beach State at California at California at California Loyola Marymount Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona UC Riverside Long Beach State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Cal State Northridge at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at UC Santa Barbara Cal State Fullerton at Sacramento State at Sacramento State at Pepperdine at USC USC at USC Oklahoma Clemson Yale Mississippi State Oklahoma

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Record

3-2 11-10 1-0 6-5 7-1 12-2 8-6 6-0 6-5 10-9 5-2 5-4 10-9 17-4 5-0 10-6 10-8 9-3 5-1 4-3 9-4 7-6 5-3 8-1 3-1 2-1 5-4 8-6 11-8 11-1 13-8 15-2 13-11 7-6 10-3 7-0 9-1 7-2 8-4 4-1 7-2 10-2 4-3 7-6 6-3 7-5 4-0 10-9 15-6 10-5 7-2 10-5 5-2 10-7 16-8 6-5 3-1 4-2 4-3 6-5 8-0 3-2 10-0

1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 8-3 9-3 10-3 11-3 12-3 12-4 13-4 14-4 15-4 15-5 16-5 16-6 16-7 17-7 17-8 18-8 18-9 18-10 19-10 20-10 20-11 21-11 22-11 23-11 23-12 23-13 24-13 24-14 25-14 25-15 26-15 27-15 27-16 28-16 28-17 29-17 30-17 31-17 31-18 31-19 32-19 32-20 33-20 33-21 33-22 33-23 34-23 34-24 34-25 35-25 36-25 37-25 37-26

* Pac-10 conference game ! Game played at UCLA; Arizona designated as home team ^ NCAA Mideast Regional (Starkville, MS - Mississippi State)

1993 (37-23, 17-13, 2nd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/13 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/27* 2/27* 2/28* 3/3 3/5* 3/6* 3/7* 3/9 3/10 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/20 3/28* 3/29* 3/29* 3/31 4/2* 4/3* 4/4* 4/8* 4/9* 4/10* 4/12 4/13 4/16*

Chapman College at Chapman College San Diego State Chapman College at Chapman College Long Beach State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at Loyola Marymount at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at Long Beach State Cal Poly Pomona Southern Utah Southern Utah Cal State Northridge Cal State Los Angeles at California at California at California at Cal State Northridge at USC USC at USC Arizona Arizona Arizona at Pepperdine CS Dominguez Hills Stanford

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80

10-4 7-5 6-4 7-5 5-3 7-3 9-8 4-3 10-3 12-10 10-8 16-9 20-15 4-2 8-5 13-1 22-7 4-3 7-6 3-2 8-1 6-5 19-5 14-4 9-6 11-5 5-0 9-4 8-7 3-2 15-7 7-6

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 10-4 11-4 12-4 13-4 13-5 14-5 14-6 15-6 15-7 16-7 16-8 17-8 17-9 18-9 18-10 18-11 18-12 19-12 20-12

4/17* 4/18* 4/20 4/21 4/23* 4/24* 4/25* 4/28 4/30* 5/1* 5/2* 5/4 5/5 5/7 5/8 5/11 5/12 5/14* 5/15* 5/16* 5/19 5/21* 5/22* 5/23* 5/27$ 5/28$ 5/29$ 5/29$

Stanford Stanford at San Diego San Diego at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Cal State Fullerton California California California Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara at Southern Utah at Southern Utah at Cal State Fullerton Loyola Marymount USC at USC USC UC Santa Barbara at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Lamar Hawaii Texas A&M North Carolina

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7-5 6-2 7-3 11-7 11-3 9-3 9-5 7-6 5-2 6-2 9-1 8-1 10-4 16-6 6-1 12-9 11-5 7-6 6-4 8-7 13-4 18-14 6-2 10-1 6-1 9-4 11-4 8-5

21-12 22-12 22-13 22-14 22-15 22-16 23-16 23-17 24-17 24-18 25-18 25-19 26-19 27-19 28-19 29-19 30-19 30-20 31-20 32-20 33-20 33-21 34-21 35-21 36-21 37-21 37-22 37-23

* Pac-10 Conference game $ NCAA Central I Regional at College Station, TX (Texas A&M)

1994 (22-36, 11-19, 5th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/8 2/9 2/11 2/12 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/4* 3/5* 3/6* 3/9 3/11* 3/12* 3/13* 3/16 3/18 3/26* 3/27* 3/28* 3/31* 4/1* 4/2* 4/5 4/6 4/8* 4/9* 4/10* 4/13 4/15* 4/16* 4/17* 4/20 4/22* 4/23* 4/24* 4/26 4/29* 4/30* 5/1* 5/4 5/5* 5/6* 5/7* 5/10 5/11 5/14* 5/15* 5/16* 5/20 5/21 5/22

UC Santa Barbara Pepperdine at Cal State Northridge at San Diego Cal State Northridge Long Beach State Cal State Los Angeles UNLV UNLV UNLV at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii San Diego State Stanford Stanford Stanford CS Dominguez Hills at California at California at California at Loyola Marymount Cal State Fullerton USC at USC USC Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at UC Santa Barbara San Diego California California California at San Diego State at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at Cal State Fullerton at USC USC at USC at Long Beach State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Loyola Marymount at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at Pepperdine at Cal State Fullerton Arizona Arizona Arizona at Nevada at Nevada at Nevada

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8-6 2-1 7-5 9-5 10-7 4-3 9-2 11-3 9-8 6-4 6-4 9-8 8-7 12-11 3-0 11-4 14-3 6-4 11-10 12-6 5-3 7-4 13-3 6-0 1-0 7-2 6-5 5-3 8-6 7-3 6-0 5-3 6-4 5-1 12-7 6-1 10-6 4-2 8-6 6-2 4-3 10-8 12-2 9-3 8-2 15-8 11-4 3-2 3-0 14-5 5-0 10-2 9-4 13-5 9-6 8-2 12-3 15-13

Record 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-5 3-5 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-11 5-11 5-12 5-13 6-13 6-14 6-15 6-16 6-17 7-17 7-18 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-22 8-22 9-22 9-23 10-23 11-23 12-23 12-24 13-24 13-25 13-26 13-27 14-27 14-28 15-28 15-29 15-30 16-30 16-31 16-32 16-33 16-34 17-34 17-35 18-35 19-35 20-35 21-35 21-36 22-36

* Pac-10 Conference game

1995 (29-28, 12-8, 5th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/20 1/21 1/22 2/1 2/7 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/22 2/24* 2/25* 2/26* 3/1 3/4* 3/6*

at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii San Diego State Cal State Fullerton at Long Beach State Long Beach State Nevada Nevada Nevada at Cal State Northridge Stanford Stanford Stanford at San Diego USC at USC

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5-1 9-8 9-2 8-6 6-2 5-2 6-2 7-3 11-6 6-3 4-2 6-5 8-6 2-0 4-0 5-2 9-3

Record 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-3 6-3 6-4 7-4 7-5 8-5 8-6 9-6 9-7 9-8


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 3/6* 3/8 3/10* 3/11* 3/12* 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/25* 3/26* 3/27* 3/31* 4/1* 4/2* 4/5 4/8* 4/8* 4/9* 4/13* 4/14* 4/15* 4/18 4/21* 4/22* 4/23* 4/26 4/28* 4/29* 4/30* 5/3 5/5* 5/6* 5/7* 5/9 5/10 5/17 5/19 5/20 5/21

at USC Loyola Marymount at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Washington State Washington Washington State Washington California California California at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Pepperdine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Arizona Arizona Arizona Cal State Northridge USC at USC USC San Diego Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at Loyola Marymount at California at California at California at San Diego State Pepperdine UC Santa Barbara at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV

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9-4 4-1 19-3 6-5 4-2 4-3 11-10 7-6 4-3 3-1 16-3 10-3 8-6 13-2 10-6 5-0 9-1 7-4 16-3 7-1 8-6 11-10 4-3 7-3 13-8 8-7 7-4 7-3 8-7 8-7 8-3 4-3 9-8 10-5 5-3 5-1 8-6 12-7 19-10 10-7

10-8 10-9 11-9 11-10 12-10 12-11 13-11 14-11 15-11 15-12 15-13 16-13 16-14 17-14 17-15 18-15 19-15 19-16 19-17 20-17 21-17 22-17 23-17 23-18 23-19 23-20 23-21 24-21 25-21 25-22 25-23 25-24 25-25 25-26 26-26 26-27 26-28 27-28 28-28 29-28

* Pac-10 Conference game

1996 (36-28, 16-14, 3rd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/30 2/2 2/3! 2/4 2/7^ 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/23* 2/24* 2/25* 2/28 3/1* 3/2* 3/3* 3/6 3/8* 3/9* 3/10* 3/23* 3/24* 3/25* 3/29* 3/30* 3/31* 4/2 4/4* 4/5* 4/6* 4/9 4/12* 4/13* 4/14* 4/17 4/19* 4/20* 4/21* 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/26* 4/27* 4/28* 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/4 5/7 5/11* 5/12* 5/13* 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/23$ 5/24$ 5/25$ 5/25$ 5/26$

Cal State Northridge UNLV UNLV UNLV at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii Cal State Fullerton Pepperdine at Pepperdine Pepperdine Stanford Stanford Stanford at Loyola Marymount California California California UC Santa Barbara at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona USC at USC USC at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Cal State Fullerton at California at California at California at Long Beach State Arizona Arizona Arizona San Diego State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Westmont College CS Dominguez Hills Loyola Marymount at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at San Diego at San Diego State Cal State Los Angeles CS Dominguez Hills Long Beach State at USC USC at USC at Nevada at Nevada at Nevada Texas SW Missouri State Sam Houston State SW Missouri State Miami

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3-1 5-2 6-2 9-4 7-1 15-9 10-9 12-4 11-6 14-7 9-4 7-1 10-6 6-5 9-1 7-5 10-7 4-1 11-8 5-4 4-2 6-5 11-6 12-6 12-7 13-3 10-5 10-6 9-7 12-9 18-8 8-4 6-3 8-5 6-5 4-3 19-13 5-4 8-7 12-9 8-4 16-9 16-3 13-6 11-5 4-0 10-8 6-4 6-0 8-7 18-1 5-4 13-7 5-4 13-3 8-1 8-6 9-8 23-10 5-2 13-2 10-8 9-4 8-4

Record 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 6-3 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 10-4 10-5 11-5 11-6 12-6 13-6 14-6 14-7 14-8 14-9 15-9 16-9 16-10 17-10 18-10 19-10 19-11 19-12 20-12 21-12 22-12 22-13 23-13 23-14 23-15 23-16 24-16 24-17 25-17 26-17 27-17 28-17 28-18 28-19 28-20 29-20 30-20 31-20 31-21 32-21 32-22 32-23 32-24 32-25 32-26 33-26 34-26 34-27 35-27 36-27 36-28

* Pac-10 Conference game ! Game in Palm Springs, Calif. (UCLA designated home team) ^ Game in Kona, Hawaii (Hawaii-Hilo designated home team) $ NCAA Central I Regional (at Texas)

1997 (45-21-1, 19-11, 2nd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/23 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/2 2/4 2/5 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/21* 2/22* 2/23* 2/25 2/28^ 3/1^ 3/2^ 3/4 3/7* 3/8* 3/9* 3/11 3/13 3/22* 3/23* 3/24* 3/27* 3/28* 3/29* 4/1 4/4* 4/5* 4/6* 4/8 4/11* 4/12* 4/13* 4/19* 4/19* 4/20* 4/22 4/25* 4/26* 4/27* 4/29 5/2* 5/3* 5/4* 5/6 5/9* 5/10* 5/11* 5/13 5/22 R 5/23 R 5/24 R 5/24 R 5/25 R 5/25 R 5/31 WS 6/2 WS

at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV Pepperdine at Cal State Northridge Nevada Nevada Nevada at San Diego Loyola Marymount at Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount at UC Santa Barbara Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State CS Dominguez Hills Washington Nebraska Minnesota UC Santa Barbara at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Cal State Fullerton Cal State Los Angeles at USC USC at USC California California California at Pepperdine at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Long Beach State Arizona Arizona Arizona at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford San Diego USC at USC USC at Cal State Fullerton at California at California at California at Long Beach State Stanford Stanford Stanford Cal State Northridge Harvard Ohio Tennessee Harvard Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Miami Mississippi State

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Record

23-11 1-0 10-0 2-0 12-8 3-0 7-4 4-0 12-5 5-0 10-3 6-0 6-5 7-0 7-0-1 9-9 11-3 8-0-1 6-5 8-1-1 11-0 9-1-1 7-1 10-1-1 13-1 11-1-1 10-5 12-1-1 13-4 13-1-1 17-7 14-1-1 4-3 15-1-1 16-5 16-1-1 17-12 16-2-1 21-10 17-2-1 11-5 18-2-1 12-9 19-2-1 13-5 20-2-1 9-6 20-3-1 4-2 20-4-1 13-3 20-5-1 12-1 21-5-1 7-6 22-5-1 16-2 23-5-1 12-6 24-5-1 8-5 25-5-1 8-7 25-6-1 13-1 26-6-1 9-0 27-6-1 8-1 28-6-1 8-7 28-7-1 5-2 29-7-1 4-3 29-8-1 15-14 29-9-1 14-3 29-10-1 11-3 30-10-1 13-6 31-10-1 13-3 32-10-1 7-4 32-11-1 8-5 33-11-1 5-3 34-11-1 8-3 35-11-1 10-6 35-12-1 11-2 35-13-1 14-4 36-13-1 11-6 36-14-1 6-5 37-14-1 7-6 38-14-1 9-8 38-15-1 7-3 38-16-1 10-9 39-16-1 13-8 40-16-1 9-6 40-17-1 12-6 40-18-1 7-2 40-19-1 15-1 41-19-1 5-3 42-19-1 14-9 43-19-1 14-2 44-19-1 22-2 45-19-1 7-3 45-20-1 7-5 45-21-1

* Pac-10 Conference game ^ Hormel Foods Classic at Metrodome (Minneapolis, Minn.) R – NCAA Midwest Regional (at Oklahoma State) WS – College World Series (Rosenblatt Stadium – Omaha, Neb.)

1998 (24-33, 11-19, 5th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/24 1/29 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/8 2/10 2/13*! 2/15* 2/18 2/20* 2/21* 2/22* 2/24 2/27* 2/28* 3/1 3/3 3/6* 3/7* 3/8* 3/10 3/13* 3/14* 3/15* 3/17 3/20 3/21 3/28* 3/29* 3/30* 4/1* 4/3* 4/5* 4/5* 4/7

CS Dominguez Hills at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech San Diego at California at California Loyola Marymount Stanford Stanford Stanford Cal State Fullerton at USC USC at USC Long Beach State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at Loyola Marymount at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona San Diego State Cal State Northridge at Cal State Northridge at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at California California California California at San Diego

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8-5 7-4 14-5 8-6 16-7 10-9 13-11 7-1 13-8 11-10 10-4 18-6 23-4 13-9 11-8 6-1 10-9 12-7 21-5 6-5 14-6 9-3 16-8 16-14 18-7 12-10 14-13 4-3 10-3 4-1 15-3 7-6 11-4 15-5 16-15 6-3 8-2

Record 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 7-9 7-10 8-10 8-11 9-11 9-12 9-13 9-14 10-14 10-15 10-16 11-16 11-17 11-18 11-19 11-20 11-21 11-22 12-22 13-22 14-22 15-22

4/9* 4/10* 4/12* 4/13 4/14 4/17* 4/18* 4/19* 4/22 4/24* 4/25* 4/26* 4/28 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/6 5/8 5/9 5/10

Arizona Arizona Arizona Hawaii-Hilo at San Diego State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Cal State Fullerton USC at USC USC at Long Beach State Portland State Portland State Portland State UC Santa Barbara at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oregon State

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10-4 15-7 12-7 16-0 21-4 19-10 8-7 18-4 19-5 14-6 18-17 17-12 4-2 7-6 4-3 7-4 16-4 8-7 19-5 11-8

15-23 16-23 17-23 18-23 18-24 18-25 18-26 18-27 18-28 18-29 19-29 19-30 20-30 21-30 22-30 23-30 24-30 24-31 24-32 24-33

* Pac-10 Conference game ! Game completed on February 15

1999 (31-33, 13-11, t-3rd) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/22 1/23 1/24 1/26! 1/26! 2/2 2/5 2/6 2/7 2/10 2/12# 2/13# 2/14# 2/16 2/17 2/19^ 2/20^ 2/21^ 2/24 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/12* 3/13* 3/14* 3/16 3/17 3/27* 3/28* 3/29*† 4/1* 4/2* 4/3* 4/6 4/7 4/13 4/16* 4/17* 4/18* 4/20 4/23* 4/24* 4/25* 4/27 4/30* 5/1* 5/2* 5/7* 5/8* 5/9* 5/11 5/14* 5/15* 5/16* 5/28 R 5/29 R 5/29 R

at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo Pepperdine Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech San Diego McNeese State Rice Northwestern State at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara vs. Loyola Marymount vs. Texas Tech vs. San Diego State at Cal State Northridge California California California Michigan USC USC USC at Loyola Marymount at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Long Beach State at Pepperdine at Washington at Washington at Washington at California at California at California at Arkansas at Arkansas Loyola Marymount Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at Long Beach State Washington State Washington State Washington State Cal State Fullerton at USC at USC at USC Oregon State Oregon State Oregon State at San Diego Stanford Stanford Stanford Oklahoma State Wichita State Oklahoma State

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Record

6-0 3-0 5-3 7-2 (7) 5-0 8-6 13-8 12-3 6-1 4-3 8-5 14-6 5-4 12-9 7-6 6-5 13-5 8-5 10-4 11-6 8-7 11-10 4-3 6-3 6-5 8-7 12-10 6-4 6-1 8-7 9-7 7-6 8-6 12-5 16-15 14-12 4-3 13-10 6-3 5-4 7-5 11-10 9-3 8-6 15-4 7-4 15-8 6-5 11-10 4-1 3-2 8-5 7-5 15-0 8-6 8-4 8-7 12-7 14-4 12-6 4-2 17-10

0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 4-5 5-5 5-6 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 7-9 7-10 8-10 8-11 9-11 10-11 11-11 11-12 11-13 12-13 13-13 14-13 14-14 15-14 15-15 15-16 15-17 15-18 15-19 15-20 15-21 15-22 16-22 17-22 18-22 18-23 19-23 20-23 21-23 21-24 22-24 23-24 24-24 23-25 23-26 25-27 26-27 25-27 27-27 28-27 29-27 29-28 30-28 30-29 31-29 31-30 31-31

* Pac-10 Conference game ! Doubleheader (Jan. 25 rainout); Game 1 (7 inn.) # Big Ball Sports Tournament (Houston, Texas, hosted by Rice) ^ San Diego Baseball Classic (San Diego, hosted by San Diego State) † Suspended March 29 after 1.5 inn. (hail), resumed March 30 R – NCAA Wichita Regional (at Wichita State)

2000 (38-26, 17-7, t-1st) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/3 2/4 2/5 2/9 2/11 2/12 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/25 2/26 2/29 3/1 3/7

at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii UC Santa Barbara at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV at Loyola Marymount North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Pepperdine at USC at USC at San Diego State at Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton

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81

15-3 10-3 9-3 17-4 21-5 10-1 6-5 5-4 17-13 6-4 12-11 11-7 10-7 4-3 9-8 6-1 17-5

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-1 5-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 7-9 7-10

3/10 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/25* 3/26* 3/27* 3/29 3/31* 4/1* 4/2* 4/4 4/7* 4/8* 4/9* 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/20* 4/21* 4/22* 4/24 4/25 4/28* 4/29* 4/30* 5/2 5/5* 5/6* 5/7* 5/9 5/13* 5/14* 5/15* 5/19* 5/20* 5/21* 5/26 R 5/27 R 5/28 R 6/2 SR 6/3 SR

Bradley Bradley Bradley San Diego State Harvard Harvard Harvard Washington Washington Washington at San Diego at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oregon State Loyola Marymount USC USC USC at UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge at USC at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State San Diego Cal State Fullerton at Washington State at Washington State at Washington State at Pepperdine California California California Long Beach State Arizona Arizona Arizona at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Delaware Oklahoma Oklahoma Louisiana State Louisiana State

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14-4 9-8 12-4 7-6 9-2 5-4 10-3 2-1 7-6 12-5 11-9 3-1 18-10 9-5 23-12 5-1 15-5 8-5 10-2 10-5 7-2 12-9 6-2 10-8 13-3 18-3 10-1 8-3 14-10 13-2 14-1 7-6 13-7 18-7 8-7 17-6 5-3 10-0 8-5 10-9 19-3 17-11 13-12 10-5 11-3 8-2 14-8

8-10 9-10 10-10 11-10 12-10 13-10 14-10 15-10 15-11 16-11 17-11 18-11 19-11 20-11 20-12 20-13 21-13 22-13 23-13 24-13 24-14 24-15 24-16 24-17 25-17 25-18 25-19 25-20 26-20 27-20 28-20 28-22 28-22 29-22 30-22 31-22 32-22 33-22 34-22 35-22 35-23 35-24 36-24 37-24 38-24 38-25 38-26

* Pac-10 Conference Game R – NCAA Oklahoma City Regional (at Bricktown Ballpark) SR – NCAA Baton Rouge Super Regional (at LSU)

2001 (30-27, 9-15, 7th) Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/27 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/6 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/23 3/2 3/2 3/6 3/9* 3/10* 3/11* 3/13 3/14 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/30* 4/1* 4/2* 4/3 4/7* 4/7* 4/8* 4/10 4/12* 4/13* 4/14* 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/21^ 4/22 4/24 4/27* 4/28* 4/29* 5/1 5/4* 5/5* 5/6* 5/9 5/11* 5/12* 5/13* 5/15 5/18* 5/19* 5/20*

at UC Riverside at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii Loyola Marymount UNLV UNLV UNLV UC Santa Barbara USC USC USC at Pepperdine Tulane at North Carolina at North Carolina at Loyola Marymount Arizona Arizona Arizona Cal State Northridge Purdue Cal State Los Angeles at Cal State Northridge at San Diego at Washington State at Washington State at Washington State Pepperdine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at San Diego State Washington Washington Washington Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton at Kansas State at Kansas State at Kansas State at Long Beach State at USC at USC at USC San Diego State California California California Cal State Fullerton Oregon State Oregon State Oregon State at UC Santa Barbara at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State

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10-6 9-8 16-3 12-2 10-6 6-2 10-2 11-2 6-5 4-3 6-0 5-4 6-5 8-3 8-7 12-2 8-4 3-2 6-4 9-6 12-7 10-6 9-6 5-4 9-3 12-11 13-10 10-9 11-3 6-4 9-0 11-2 3-2 3-0 4-2 11-3 5-1 11-10 8-5 13-12 11-7 10-2 2-0 7-6 7-1 3-1 3-1 9-8 8-6 9-3 5-3 7-6 11-8 10-4 7-3 3-1 12-9

* Pac-10 Conference Game ^ Suspended in ninth inn. (darkness); resumed April 22

Record 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 8-3 8-4 9-4 10-4 10-5 11-5 12-5 13-5 13-6 13-7 14-7 15-7 16-7 17-7 17-8 17-9 18-9 19-9 20-9 21-9 21-10 21-11 22-11 22-12 23-12 24-12 25-12 25-13 25-14 25-15 25-16 25-17 25-18 25-19 25-20 26-20 27-20 27-21 26-23 27-23 28-23 29-23 29-24 29-25 29-26 30-26 30-27


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 2002 (26-35, 9-15, 7th)

Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/29 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/17 2/22 2/23 2/24 2/26 3/2 3/2 3/3 3/5 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/23 3/24 3/25 4/2 4/5* 4/6* 4/7* 4/9 4/12* 4/13* 4/14* 4/16 4/19* 4/20* 4/21* 4/23 4/26* 4/27* 4/28* 4/30 5/3* 5/4* 5/5* 5/7 5/10* 5/11* 5/12* 5/14 5/17* 5/18* 5/19* 5/21 5/24* 5/25* 5/26*

at UC Irvine Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic at Loyola Marymount at Hawai’i-Hilo at Hawai’i-Hilo at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii USC USC USC UC Santa Barbara at Tulane at Tulane at Tulane Loyola Marymount at Cal State Northridge at Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Pepperdine UC Irvine at Miami at Miami at Miami at Long Beach State at California at California at California at Pepperdine Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at UC Riverside at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oregon State Cal State Fullerton Washington State Washington State Washington State at UC Santa Barbara at Washington at Washington at Washington Long Beach State at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona UC Riverside Stanford Stanford Stanford at Cal State Fullerton USC USC USC

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Record

6-4 5-2 14-10 12-6 23-13 4-1 11-5 7-2 9-1 9-4 6-4 7-6 8-7 1-0 26-4 6-3 12-7 9-7 4-1 10-4 10-9 10-9 12-11 6-3 10-6 6-4 8-7 8-2 5-1 4-3 5-3 19-2 10-6 4-3 4-3 10-2 15-2 4-2 9-8 6-1 9-7 7-6 5-3 14-10 9-6 18-13 8-1 5-4 9-5 7-6 10-9 5-3 18-14 4-3 11-0 9-4 17-4 11-4 5-4 16-10 13-3

0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 7-9 8-9 9-9 9-10 10-10 11-10 11-11 11-12 12-12 13-12 13-13 13-14 13-15 13-16 13-17 13-18 14-18 14-19 14-20 14-21 15-21 15-22 16-22 16-23 17-23 18-23 18-24 19-24 19-25 19-26 20-26 21-26 21-27 21-28 22-28 22-29 23-29 24-29 25-29 25-30 26-30 26-31 26-32 26-33 26-34 26-35

* Pac-10 Conference game

2003 (28-31, 11-13, t-5th)

Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

1/31 2/1 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/22% 2/22% 2/23% 2/23% 2/24% 2/24% 2/28^ 3/1^ 3/2^ 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/28* 3/29* 3/30* 4/4* 4/5* 4/6* 4/8 4/11* 4/12* 4/13* 4/15 4/17* 4/18* 4/19* 4/22 4/29 5/2* 5/3* 5/4* 5/6 5/9* 5/10* 5/11* 5/13 5/16* 5/17* 5/18*

Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge at Cal State Northridge at UC Riverside at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii NC State NC State NC State at UC Santa Barbara Creighton Utah Utah Texas A&M Creighton Texas A&M Texas Tulane Cal State Fullerton at Loyola Marymount USC USC USC Pacific UC Riverside Wichita State Wichita State at Long Beach State Arizona Arizona Arizona California California California Long Beach State at USC at USC at USC Cal State Fullerton at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Cal State Fullerton Loyola Marymount Oregon State Oregon State Oregon State UC Santa Barbara Washington Washington Washington at Pepperdine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford

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8-6 17-6 13-8 8-3 11-5 5-4 8-3 8-6 12-5 9-6 7-5 10-4 3-0 3-0 7-2 2-1 3-0 13-2 12-2 7-1 9-0 7-4 9-6 17-5 8-4 10-6 9-7 11-10 2-0 6-4 7-5 12-10 10-2 8-6 12-9 5-3 7-6 7-4 8-5 13-2 9-8 8-7 17-1 11-1 7-1 8-7 10-9 7-6 8-7 5-4 3-2 13-2 4-3 9-1 9-5 9-8

Record 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 3-3 3-4 4-4 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 6-7 7-7 7-8 8-8 8-9 9-9 10-9 10-10 10-11 11-11 11-12 12-12 12-13 12-14 13-14 14-14 14-15 15-15 16-15 16-16 17-16 17-17 17-18 17-19 17-20 17-21 17-22 17-23 18-23 19-23 19-24 19-25 20-25 21-25 22-25 22-26 23-26 24-26 24-27 24-28 25-28 25-29 26-29 26-30

5/23* at Washington State 5/24* at Washington State 5/25* at Washington State

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21-3 15-2 18-7

27-30 27-31 28-31

* Pac-10 Conference Game % Domino’s Pizza Aggie Baseball Classic (College Station, Texas, hosted by Texas A&M); all games were six innings ^ Kia Baseball Bash (hosted by Cal State Fullerton)

2004 (35-29, 14-10, t-3rd)

Head Coach: Gary Adams Date

Opponent

Result

2/3 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/17 2/20 2/21 2/24 2/26 2/27 2/29 3/1 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/12# 3/13# 3/14# 3/16 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/30 4/2* 4/3* 4/4* 4/6 4/8* 4/9* 4/10* 4/13 4/16* 4/17* 4/18* 4/20 4/23* 4/24* 4/25* 4/27 4/30* 5/1* 5/2* 5/4 5/5 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/11 5/14* 5/15* 5/16* 5/18 5/21* 5/22* 5/23* 5/28* 5/29* 5/30* 6/4 R 6/5 R 6/5 R 6/6 R

UC Riverside Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State at Loyola Marymount Pacific Pacific Pepperdine at Hawai’i Hilo at Hawai’i Hilo at Hawai’i Hilo at Hawai’i Hilo UC Santa Barbara Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M at UC Irvine vs. Long Beach State vs. Nebraska vs. Houston Loyola Marymount at USC at USC at USC at San Diego State Stanford Stanford Stanford at Pepperdine at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Long Beach State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at Cal State Fullerton at California at California at California at Long Beach State USC USC USC at Wichita State at Wichita State Arizona Arizona Arizona Cal State Fullerton Washington State Washington State Washington State UC Irvine at Washington at Washington at Washington at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oklahoma vs. Florida vs. Oklahoma vs. Florida

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4-1 6-2 13-11 3-2 7-3 6-1 7-0 8-6 10-4 14-1 11-0 12-1 3-2 8-6 8-4 8-2 6-0 3-0 4-2 7-6 7-5 11-4 5-0 13-7 5-1 11-4 15-13 6-5 3-2 9-7 4-3 9-5 11-1 12-4 4-3 11-10 5-4 7-2 10-7 3-2 2-1 6-4 12-6 13-12 6-4 10-3 7-3 20-9 11-2 8-2 10-9 3-1 14-0 7-5 3-1 7-2 4-3 3-2 12-2 11-6 9-1 4-3 17-7 11-0

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 11-3 11-4 11-5 11-6 11-7 12-7 12-8 13-8 13-9 13-10 13-10 14-11 14-12 14-13 15-13 16-13 17-13 18-13 18-14 19-14 19-15 19-16 20-16 21-16 22-16 23-16 23-17 23-18 23-19 24-19 25-19 25-20 25-21 26-21 26-22 26-23 27-23 27-24 28-24 29-24 29-25 30-25 30-26 31-26 31-27 32-27 33-27 34-27 34-28 35-28 35-29

* Pac-10 Conference game # Aztec Invitational (San Diego, Calif. – Petco Park) R – NCAA Oklahoma City Regional (at Bricktown Ballpark)

Head Coach: John Savage Opponent

Result

1/29 1/29 1/30 2/4 2/5 2/6 2/8 2/12 2/13 2/18 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/4# 3/5# 3/6# 3/8 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/29 4/1* 4/2* 4/3* 4/5 4/8* 4/9* 4/10* 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/22* 4/23* 4/24* 4/26 4/29* 4/30* 5/1* 5/3 5/6*

Cal Poly Cal Poly Cal Poly at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State UC Riverside Cal State Northridge at Cal State Northridge Utah Pacific Pacific Pacific vs. Oklahoma vs. Nevada at Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Northridge at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Texas A&M Cal State Fullerton Arizona Arizona Arizona at Long Beach State at USC at USC at USC at Loyola Marymount UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at San Diego State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State UC Irvine California California California San Diego Oregon State

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7-4 2-1 8-3 7-4 8-4 6-5 17-0 5-4 7-1 7-4 9-0 7-5 10-9 7-2 7-3 14-4 6-2 15-5 3-2 5-3 7-6 8-4 11-0 12-2 2-1 11-1 9-0 6-0 4-2 9-4 9-8 4-3 9-6 12-5 16-2 10-8 3-1 7-1 6-4 4-2 8-5 3-1

Oregon State Oregon State at UC Irvine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Loyola Marymount at Washington State at Washington State at Washington State at UC Riverside Washington Washington Washington

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10-4 16-3 11-1 3-2 4-3 11-1 6-1 4-3 10-7 4-1 3-2 6-0 6-5 16-5

11-32 11-33 12-33 12-34 13-34 13-35 13-36 14-36 14-37 15-37 15-38 15-39 15-40 15-41

* Pac-10 Conference Game # Kia Baseball Bash (hosted by Cal State Fullerton)

2006 (33-25, 13-10, 3rd)

Head Coach: John Savage Date

Opponent

Result

2/3 2/4 2/5 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/14 2/18 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/24 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/31* 4/1* 4/2* 4/7* 4/8* 4/9* 4/13* 4/14* 4/15* 4/18 4/21* 4/22* 4/23* 4/25 4/28* 4/29* 4/30* 5/2 5/9 5/12* 5/13* 5/14* 5/16 5/19* 5/20* 5/21* 5/23 5/26* 5/28* 6/2 R 6/3 R 6/4 R

Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Miami Miami Miami UC Riverside at Pacific at Pacific at Pacific Pepperdine Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton at Long Beach State at NC State at NC State at NC State at Pepperdine Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi UNLV San Diego State San Diego State San Diego State at Washington at Washington at Washington Washington State Washington State Washington State at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Long Beach State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State UC Santa Barbara at California at California at California at UC Riverside at UC Santa Barbara USC USC USC at UC Irvine Stanford Stanford Stanford UC Irvine at Oregon State at Oregon State vs. UC Irvine vs. Pepperdine vs. Missouri

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11-9 5-0 12-2 3-1 7-4 5-2 6-4 5-2 5-1 3-0 2-0 7-2 3-1 12-6 6-3 7-2 5-4 13-2 6-1 9-2 6-5 6-4 16-2 14-6 12-2 9-1 5-0 3-2 4-1 9-5 4-3 10-7 4-3 13-8 8-5 9-7 3-2 5-1 11-10 11-8 4-2 3-2 9-4 9-4 4-3 8-6 8-3 12-1 8-4 8-1 6-2 8-7 10-1 9-2 3-1 3-2 6-0 2-1

Record 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 4-5 4-6 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 6-9 7-9 8-9 9-9 9-10 10-10 10-11 11-11 12-11 13-11 14-11 15-11 15-12 16-12 16-13 17-13 17-14 18-14 18-15 19-15 20-15 21-15 21-16 22-16 23-16 23-17 24-17 24-18 24-19 25-19 25-20 25-21 26-21 27-21 28-21 29-21 29-22 30-22 31-22 31-23 32-23 33-23 33-24 33-25

* Pac-10 Conference game R – NCAA Malibu Regional (at Pepperdine)

2005 (15-41, 4-20, 8th)

Date

5/7* 5/8* 5/10 5/13* 5/14* 5/15* 5/17 5/20* 5/21* 5/22* 5/24 5/27* 5/28* 5/29*

Record 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 6-4 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 7-9 7-10 7-11 7-12 7-13 7-14 7-15 7-16 7-17 7-18 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-22 7-23 8-23 8-24 8-25 8-26 8-27 8-28 9-28 9-29 9-30 10-30 11-30 11-31

2007 (33-28, 14-10, 3rd)

Head Coach: John Savage Date

Opponent

Result

2/2 2/3 2/4 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/23 2/24 2/25 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/30* 3/31* 4/1* 4/5* 4/6* 4/7* 4/10 4/13* 4/14* 4/15* 4/17 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/27* 4/28*

Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop at Miami at Miami at Miami UC Riverside East Carolina East Carolina East Carolina at Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton at Mississippi at Mississippi at Mississippi Long Beach State at San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State Pacific Pacific Pacific at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford Washington Washington Washington UC Irvine at USC at USC at USC Pepperdine Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge at UC Riverside Arizona Arizona

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82

2-1 6-4 19-5 1-0 9-8 7-3 3-2 6-1 9-7 7-6 14-1 6-2 7-4 7-2 8-0 7-6 4-1 4-2 8-2 12-6 5-3 4-3 15-8 8-3 8-2 16-11 10-4 6-5 11-2 9-4 5-4 5-2 7-6 12-9 6-2 8-3 6-5 12-8 3-1 9-3 11-4

Record 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 8-8 8-9 8-10 8-11 8-12 8-13 8-14 9-14 10-14 11-14 12-14 13-14 14-14 15-14 15-15 15-16 16-16 17-16 18-16 19-16 20-16 21-16 22-16 22-17 23-17 24-17

4/29* 5/1 5/4* 5/5* 5/6* 5/8 5/11* 5/12* 5/13* 5/18* 5/19* 5/20* 5/25* 5/26* 5/27* 6/1 R 6/2 R 6/3 R 6/9 SR 6/10 SR

Arizona at UC Irvine California California California at Pepperdine at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Washington State at Washington State at Washington State Oregon State Oregon State Oregon State vs. Pepperdine vs. Illinois-Chicago at Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton

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5-3 4-2 13-6 7-2 16-0 4-1 16-14 5-4 11-10 5-1 10-5 7-5 10-7 13-5 5-2 7-3 3-1 7-4 12-2 2-1

24-18 25-18 26-18 27-18 27-19 28-19 28-20 28-21 28-22 28-23 28-24 29-24 29-25 29-26 30-26 31-26 32-26 33-26 33-27 33-28

* Pac-10 Conference game R – NCAA Long Beach Regional (at Long Beach State, Blair Field) SR – NCAA Fullerton Super Regional (at Cal State Fullerton)

2008 (33-27, 13-11, 3rd)

Head Coach: John Savage Date

Opponent

Result

2/23 2/23 2/26^ 2/27 2/29# 3/1# 3/2# 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/25 3/28* 3/29* 3/30* 4/1 4/4* 4/5* 4/6* 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/18* 4/19* 4/20* 4/22 4/25* 4/26* 4/27* 4/29 4/30 5/2* 5/3* 5/4* 5/6 5/9* 5/10* 5/11* 5/13 5/16* 5/17* 5/18* 5/20 5/23* 5/24* 5/25* 5/30 R 5/31 R 6/1 R 6/2 R

Oklahoma Oklahoma at Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara Southern vs. Bethune-Cookman at USC at Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s Pepperdine at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at Cal Poly Long Beach State at Long Beach State at Long Beach State at San Diego State at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona San Diego State USC USC USC UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Riverside UC Riverside Cal State Northridge Stanford Stanford Stanford UNLV at Washington at Washington at Washington at Pepperdine Loyola Marymount Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State San Diego at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oregon State at UC Irvine Washington State Washington State Washington State at Cal State Fullerton at California at California at California vs. Virginia at Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton

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Record

7-5 3-2 22-2 5-4 11-2 2-0 4-3 7-1 13-2 14-0 7-6 4-2 11-3 9-8 10-6 12-9 13-3 3-2 10-3 6-3 4-3 20-8 8-4 6-2 6-1 7-4 4-2 6-5 5-3 18-7 9-5 4-0 4-1 6-1 8-2 8-7 5-2 8-1 4-3 6-2 6-2 10-5 8-3 11-8 5-3 10-1 11-4 8-7 6-4 10-0 7-6 2-1 12-8 8-0 7-0 7-6 3-2 11-4 11-8 5-4

1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 7-3 8-3 8-4 9-4 9-5 10-5 11-5 11-6 11-7 11-8 11-9 12-9 13-9 13-10 14-10 14-11 14-12 15-12 15-13 16-13 17-13 18-13 18-14 18-15 18-16 19-16 20-16 20-17 21-17 22-17 22-18 23-18 23-19 24-19 24-20 24-21 24-22 25-22 25-23 26-23 27-23 28-23 29-23 29-24 30-24 31-24 31-25 32-25 33-25 33-26 33-27

* Pac-10 Conference game ^ Game resumed April 15 at UCLA after 7.5 inn (darkness) # MLB Urban Invitational (March 1 at Urban Youth Academy) R – NCAA Fullerton Regional (at Cal State Fullerton)

2009 (27-29, 15-12, t-3rd)

Head Coach: John Savage Date

Opponent

Result

2/20 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/25 2/27^ 2/28^ 3/1 3/3 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/13# 3/14 3/21* 3/22* 3/23* 3/25 3/27* 3/28* 3/29* 4/1 4/3* 4/4* 4/5*

UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis at UC Santa Barbara UC Riverside vs. Rice vs. Baylor vs. UC Irvine Pepperdine at Oklahoma at Oklahoma at Oklahoma UC Santa Barbara San Diego State at East Carolina at East Carolina at East Carolina at USC at USC at USC at Pepperdine Arizona Arizona Arizona Loyola Marymount at Washington State at Washington State at Washington State

W W L L L L L L L L L L W L W W L W L W W W L W L L L W

13-1 5-2 8-7 7-6 11-1 5-4 5-1 7-4 5-4 6-5 7-6 6-4 5-3 10-6 10-9 8-6 7-5 14-4 5-1 17-2 7-2 7-6 19-5 8-6 3-2 7-2 4-3 9-5

Record 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10 3-10 3-11 4-11 5-11 5-12 6-12 6-13 7-13 8-13 9-13 9-14 10-14 10-15 10-16 10-17 11-17


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 4/7 4/9* 4/10* 4/11* 4/14 4/17* 4/18* 4/19* 4/21 4/24* 4/25* 4/26* 4/28 5/1* 5/2* 5/3* 5/5 5/8* 5/9* 5/10* 5/12 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/19 5/22 5/23 5/24

UC Irvine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford at San Diego State Washington Washington Washington at UC Riverside Oregon State Oregon State Oregon State Long Beach State at Oregon at Oregon at Oregon Cal State Bakersfield California California California Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton at UC Irvine at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State

W L W L W W W W L W L W W L W W W L W L W L L W L L W L

8-3 4-3 8-5 7-2 7-3 4-2 13-0 6-3 17-6 7-5 5-3 5-2 7-5 3-2 6-2 8-1 15-2 3-2 9-4 8-3 15-2 6-3 6-5 13-10 5-4 4-0 10-4 6-5

12-17 12-18 13-18 13-19 14-19 15-19 16-19 17-19 17-20 18-20 18-21 19-21 20-21 20-22 21-22 22-22 23-22 23-23 24-23 24-24 25-24 25-25 25-26 26-26 26-27 26-28 27-28 27-29

* Pac-10 Conference game ^ Houston College Classic (at Minute Maid Park, Houston) # Game postponed after 4.5 inn. (resumed March 14)

2010 (51-17, 18-9, 2nd)

Head Coach: John Savage Date

Opponent

Result

2/19# 2/20# 2/21# 2/23 2/26^ 2/28^ 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/9 3/12@ 3/13@ 3/14@ 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/30 4/1* 4/2* 4/3* 4/6 4/9* 4/10* 4/11* 4/13 4/16* 4/17* 4/18* 4/20 4/23* 4/24* 4/25* 4/27 4/30* 5/1* 5/2* 5/4 5/7* 5/8* 5/9* 5/11 5/14* 5/15* 5/16* 5/18 5/21* 5/22* 5/23* 5/25 5/28* 5/29* 5/30* 6/4 R 6/5 R 6/6 R 6/11 SR 6/12 SR 6/13 SR 6/19 WS 6/21 WS 6/25 WS 6/26 WS 6/28 WS 6/29 WS

Southern vs. Bethune Cookman Cal State Northridge at Long Beach State Vanderbilt vs. USC Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska UC Riverside at Texas A&M Corpus Christi vs. Mississippi State vs. Oklahoma Oral Roberts Oral Roberts Oral Roberts at UC Santa Barbara Cal Poly Cal Poly Cal Poly Pepperdine Stanford Stanford Stanford Cal State Fullerton at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oregon State at UC Riverside Oregon Oregon Oregon Long Beach State at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona UC Irvine Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State at Pepperdine at Washington at Washington at Washington at UC Irvine USC USC USC UC Santa Barbara at California at California at California at Cal State Fullerton Washington State Washington State Washington State Kent State LSU UC Irvine Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton Florida TCU TCU TCU South Carolina South Carolina

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W L L W W W L L W L W W L W L L L W W W W L W W W W W W W L W L W W W W L W W W W L W L L

16-2 10-3 14-5 10-1 9-2 6-1 13-1 5-3 5-4 3-2 11-3 5-2 5-2 20-4 12-2 9-1 7-1 11-7 4-3 6-4 2-1 6-5 8-4 7-5 6-1 4-1 3-1 8-2 10-0 5-4 8-4 5-1 16-4 6-3 6-2 6-4 4-1 5-1 6-1 12-3 5-1 7-2 14-6 7-6 2-1 13-7 15-2 2-1 6-2 8-7 12-4 11-2 5-2 6-1 6-4 11-1 15-1 6-3 6-2 4-3 11-7 8-1 11-3 6-3 6-2 10-3 7-1 2-1

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 8-0 9-0 10-0 11-0 12-0 13-0 14-0 15-0 16-0 17-0 18-0 19-0 20-0 21-0 22-0 22-1 23-1 23-2 23-3 24-3 25-3 26-3 26-4 26-5 27-5 27-6 28-6 29-6 29-7 30-7 30-8 30-9 30-10 31-10 32-10 33-10 34-10 34-11 35-11 36-11 37-11 38-11 39-11 40-11 41-11 41-12 42-12 42-13 43-13 44-13 45-13 46-13 46-14 47-14 48-14 49-14 50-14 50-15 51-15 51-16 51-17

* Pac-10 Conference game # MLB Urban Invitational (March 1 at Urban Youth Academy) ^ Dodgertown Classic (Feb. 28 at Dodger Stadium) @ Whataburger College Classic (Corpus Christi, Texas) R – NCAA Los Angeles Regional (Jackie Robinson Stadium) SR – NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional (Jackie Robinson Stadium) CWS – College World Series (Rosenblatt Stadium – Omaha, Neb.)

2011 (35-24, 18-9, 1st)

Head Coach: John Savage Date

Opponent

Result

2/18 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/26 2/27 2/27 3/1 3/4 3/5 3/6

San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Pepperdine San Jose State San Jose State San Jose State at San Diego State at Nebraska at Nebraska at Nebraska

W W W W L L W W W L L

1-0 4-1 3-0 9-0 5-3 8-3 12-2 5-2 1-0 2-1 5-4

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-1 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 7-3 7-4

3/11^ 3/12^ 3/13^ 3/21 3/21 3/25* 3/26* 3/27* 3/29 4/1* 4/2* 4/3* 4/5 4/8* 4/9* 4/10* 4/12 4/15* 4/16* 4/17* 4/19 4/21* 4/22* 4/23* 4/26 4/29* 4/30* 5/1* 5/3 5/6* 5/7* 5/8* 5/10 5/11 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/20* 5/21* 5/22* 5/24 5/27* 5/28* 5/29* 6/3 R 6/4 R 6/5 R 6/5 R

Georgia Saint Mary’s vs. USC at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at USC at USC at USC at Cal State Fullerton Washington Washington Washington at UC Riverside at Washington State at Washington State at Washington State Long Beach State Arizona Arizona Arizona San Diego State at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford UC Irvine Oregon State Oregon State Oregon State at Pepperdine at Oregon at Oregon at Oregon at Long Beach State UC Santa Barbara Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield California California California at UC Irvine at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State San Francisco Fresno State San Francisco UC Irvine

L W L L W W W L L W W W L W W L W L W W W L W L W L L W W W W W L L L W W L W W L W W L L W W L

6-2 10-2 2-0 2-1 8-0 8-4 4-0 6-2 5-3 2-1 5-3 3-2 5-4 3-1 10-3 3-2 6-4 5-4 4-0 8-5 14-6 7-4 4-1 5-4 6-1 7-5 2-0 5-2 10-0 7-1 3-1 4-0 4-2 5-4 5-1 10-1 3-2 4-0 2-1 5-2 2-1 10-3 7-0 10-5 3-0 3-1 4-1 4-3

7-5 8-5 8-6 8-7 9-7 10-7 11-7 11-8 11-9 12-9 13-9 14-9 14-10 15-10 16-10 16-11 17-11 17-12 18-12 19-12 20-12 20-13 21-13 21-14 22-14 22-15 22-16 23-16 24-16 25-16 26-16 27-16 27-17 27-18 27-19 28-19 29-19 29-20 30-20 31-20 31-21 32-21 33-21 33-22 33-23 34-23 35-23 35-24

* Pac-10 Conference game ^ Dodgertown Classic (March 13 at Dodger Stadium) R – NCAA Los Angeles Regional (Jackie Robinson Stadium)

2012 (48-16, 20-10, 1st)

Head Coach: John Savage Date

Opponent

Result

2/17 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/24 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/13^ 3/16* 3/18* 3/18* 3/23* 3/24* 3/26* 3/30* 3/31* 4/1* 4/5* 4/6* 4/7* 4/10 4/13* 4/14* 4/15* 4/17 4/20* 4/21* 4/22* 4/24 4/27* 4/28* 4/29* 5/1 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/8 5/11#* 5/12* 5/13* 5/15 5/18* 5/19* 5/20* 5/22 5/25* 5/26* 5/27* 6/1 R 6/2 R 6/3 R 6/8 SR 6/9 SR 6/15 WS 6/17 WS 6/19 WS

Maryland Maryland Maryland at Cal State Northridge Baylor Baylor Baylor Long Beach State Sacramento State Sacramento State Sacramento State UC Riverside at Georgia at Georgia at Georgia vs. USC Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Washington State Washington State Washington State at Utah at Utah at Utah Oregon Oregon Oregon Cal State Fullerton at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Cal State Northridge at Oregon State at Oregon State at Oregon State UC Irvine Stanford Stanford Stanford at Long Beach State Purdue Purdue Purdue at Pepperdine at Washington at Washington at Washington at Cal State Fullerton at California at California at California at UC Irvine USC USC USC Creighton New Mexico Creighton TCU TCU Stony Brook Arizona Florida State

L W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W L W W W L L W W L W W W W L L W L W L W W W L W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W L L

2-1 6-5 5-1 19-7 15-3 9-3 8-6 9-1 5-2 6-2 11-2 4-0 2-0 7-6 7-3 7-2 6-5 4-3 4-2 12-3 12-3 10-4 16-0 9-6 5-1 6-2 8-3 8-6 4-2 4-3 15-3 6-2 12-4 4-0 3-0 7-6 9-3 7-2 7-4 7-2 2-1 5-1 3-2 15-11 6-2 2-0 11-3 4-2 6-3 7-2 8-5 6-5 6-2 3-1 6-5 7-6 3-0 7-1 13-5 6-2 4-1 9-1 4-0 4-1

Record 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 11-3 12-3 13-3 14-3 14-4 15-4 16-4 17-4 17-5 18-5 19-5 20-5 20-6 20-7 21-7 22-7 22-8 23-8 24-8 25-8 26-8 26-9 26-10 27-10 27-11 28-11 28-12 29-12 30-12 31-12 31-13 32-13 33-13 34-13 35-13 36-13 37-13 38-13 38-14 39-14 40-14 41-14 42-14 43-14 44-14 45-14 46-14 47-14 48-14 48-15 48-16

UCLA vs. All Opponents Air Force Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Azusa Pacific Baylor Bethune-Cookman Bradley Brigham Young Cal Lutheran Cal Poly Cal Poly Pomona California College of Pacific Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Fullerton Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Northridge Chapman College Central Florida Clemson Creighton Delaware East Carolina Florida Florida Atlantic Florida State Fordham Fresno State Fullerton JC Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Gonzaga Harvard Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Houston Illinois Illinois-Chicago Indiana Lamar Iona Kansas Kansas State Kent State La Verne Long Beach CC Long Beach State Loyola Marymount LSU Maine Maryland McNeese State Miami Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri N.C. State Nebraska Nevada New Mexico New Orleans North Carolina Northwestern Northwestern State Notre Dame Occidental Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Orange Coast College Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pepperdine Pierce College Pittsburgh Pomona-Pitzer Portland State Purdue Rice Sacramento State Saint Mary’s Sam Houston State San Diego San Diego State

* Pac-12 Conference game ^ Dodgertown Classic (March 13 at Dodger Stadium) # – Game played at Safeco Field in Seattle, Wash. R – NCAA Los Angeles Regional (Jackie Robinson Stadium) SR – NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional (Jackie Robinson Stadium) CWS – College World Series (TD Ameritrade Park – Omaha, Neb.)

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3-0 121-114-2 67-110 2-0 2-0 2-2 2-0 3-0 2-1-1 14-1 19-4 33-21 170-170 1-0 3-1 22-7 30-61-2 51-20-1 31-27-1 28-10-1 1-0 1-0 3-1 2-0 5-1 2-3 2-1 0-1 1-0 27-22 6-0 3-1 1-1 4-2 13-4 5-1 25-31 12-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-3 1-0 4-0 6-4-1 58-39 45-45-1 1-3 3-1 1-2 0-1 1-13 0-2 3-1 4-3 4-1 1-2 5-1 6-2 6-7 4-0 1-0 1-5 3-0 0-1 1-1 19-4 1-0 1-0 6-7 3-1 4-5 2-1 18-7 33-25 7-6 57-37-4 4-2 1-1 2-0 3-0 3-1 1-1 6-1 17-26 1-0 15-7 47-30-2

1957 1927 1962 1999 1982 2009 2008 2000 1961 1966 1959 1961 1928 1955 2009 1974 ^1968 t *1955 1973 1966 1991 1992 2003 1969 2007 1991 2002 2012 1990 *1956 1966 2011 1990 1998 1970 1985 *1962 1990 2004 1969 2007 1969 1993 1989 1968 2001 2010 *1966 *1955 1960 *1961 1988 1987 2012 1999 1984 1987 1987 1969 1967 1977 2003 1997 1994 1963 1988 1993 1983 1999 1961 1961 1997 1967 1992 1997 1977 *1956 1967 1967 1987 *1954 *1962 1968 1982 1998 2001 1999 1990 & 1928 1996 1961 1948

San Fernando Valley State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Ana Santa Clara South Alabama South Carolina Southern Southern California College Southern Illinois Southern Utah Southwest Missouri State Stanford Stanislaus State Stony Brook TCU Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M Corpus Christi Texas Tech Tulane Tulsa UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UNLV USC U.S. International Utah Valley College Vanderbilt Virginia Washington Washington State Westmont College Wichita State Winthrop Wyoming Yale

4-6 4-1 1-0 5-2 1-0 50-48 3-1 0-2 2-0 9-1 1-0 4-0 1-1 142-192 1-0 1-0 4-1 3-0 2-3 1-8 1-0 0-1 5-2 0-1 2-1 47-28-1 22-12 2-0 51-35 25-12 126-253 17-6 10-2 1-1-1 1-0 1-0 41-17 42-20 13-3 3-3 2-1 0-1 3-0

1962 2011 1992 1956 1966 1929 1988 2010 2008 1975 1971 1993 1996 1928 1962 2012 2010 1968 1989 1993 2010 1999 1974 1969 2009 1970 *1966 1981 *1959 1976 1928 1982 1969 *1962 2010 2008 1967 1967 *1962 1990 2007 1967 1967

*UCLA’s game-by-game records date back through the 1955 season; asterisk indicates an opponent who UCLA played prior to 1955 (record incomplete). All-time series records are complete for those schools with the year listed prior to 1955. Year in right column indicates first season in which UCLA played that school. ^UCLA is 25-54-2 against Cal State Fullerton since the Titans became a Division I program in 1975. t UCLA has played Cal State Los Angeles prior to 1955; until 1964, the school is referred to as Los Angeles State. & Records versus St. Mary’s from 1948-1954 are missing. Both schools have played five games since 1955.

Pac-12 Opponents Team Home Road Neutral Total # Arizona 48-58-1 #66-47-1 #0-1 121-114-2 Arizona State 38-46 28-61 1-3 67-110 # 80-48 #57-68 #0-1 170-170 California Oregon 8-6 8-1 2-0 18-7 Oregon State 15-11 17-13 1-1 33-25 # 58-68 #45-86 #1-2 146-192 Stanford Utah 5-2 3-0 2-0 10-2 USC 70-110 54-139 2-4 126-253 Washington 23-8 17-9 1-0 41-17 Washington State 24-9 17-9 1-2 42-20 # home and road records vs. Cal, Stanford date back to 1955 home and road records vs. Arizona date back to 1950

2013 Non-Conference Opponents Team Home Baylor 2-1 Cal State Fullerton 16-26-1 Cal State Northridge 20-13 Hawaii 2-1 Long Beach State 33-14 Loyola Marymount 24-21 Minnesota 0-1 Notre Dame 0-1 Oklahoma 1-1 UC Santa Barbara 28-16 UC Irvine 25-11 Wright State 0-0

Road Neutral 0-0 0-1 13-33-1 1-2 11-14-1 0-0 20-30 3-0 24-23 1-2 20-23-1 1-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 4-3 1-3 23-19 0-0 20-14-1 1-2 0-0 0-0

Total 2-2 30-61-2 31-27-1 25-31 58-39 45-45-1 3-1 1-1 6-7 51-35 47-28-1 0-0

UCLA in the National Polls rankings indicate position at end of season

Year 1964 1965 1969 1976 1978 1979 1986 1987 1990

Collegiate Baseball Baseball America 18 N/A 23 N/A 3 N/A 15 N/A 15 N/A 6 N/A 13 8 12 16 19 24

Year 1992 1993 1996 1997 2000 2007 2010 2011 2012

Collegiate Baseball Baseball America 23 21 23 22 15 21 8 5 16 15 23 22 2 2 20 22 5 5

NOTES: UCLA reached the No. 1 spot in the polls in 1979, 1997 and 2010. In 1979, UCLA was ranked No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball. In 1997, UCLA was ranked No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America (March 3) for one week. In 2008, UCLA opened the season ranked No. 1 by Baseball America. In 2010, UCLA was ranked No. 1 by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball (April 12) for one week.


YEAR-BY-YEAR SUMMARY

Fred Cozens

Caddy Works

Jack Fournier

A.J. Sturzenegger

(1920-1924)

(1925-1926)

(1934-1936)

(1927-31, 1933, 1943-1945)

Season Head Coach

Captain(s)

Overall

Pct.

Conf.

Pct.

Finish

1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

Wayne Banning Wayne Banning Al Olmstead Howard Rossell Aaron Wagner Grayson Turney Al Wagner Gene Patz Pete Kruhling Witney Graham Jimmy Leyh Harry Griffith Bill Brubaker Ralph Koontz Mike Frankovich, Bill Athey Lowell McGinnis Ralph McFadden Curt Counts Al Martel John Carter Billy Geyer Johnny Moore Kirk Sinclair, Rudy Hummes not available Bob Brown Vic Smith Lynn “Buck” Compton Lou Briganti Jack Myers Hal Handley Phil Steinberg Kenny Moats John Mutalich Hal Crow Al Bates Daryl Westerfield Jim Decker Bob Mesa Conrad Munatones Art Harris Tom Bergeron Gene Adams Gary Adams Ezell Singleton Dave Ardell Bill Macri, Jim Colletto Ray Arrington, Fred Dyer Jim Colletto, Charlie Petrilla Aaron McGuire Don Sealy, Gary Sanserino Bob Petretta, Jake Molina Bob Petretta, Ralph Punaro Mike Gerakos Bob Adams Tim Doerr, Mark Swedlow Venoy Garrison, Andy Lopez Dave Penniall, Bobby Dallas Dave Baker, Dennis Delany Dave Baker, Dennis Delany Jim Auten, Dan Gausepohl Pat Dodson, Don Slaught Eric Broersma, Mike Gallego Brian Graham, Jeff McDonald Bob Westland, Rich Amaral

3-10 7-11 19-8-1 16-2 16-2 9-8 14-6 6-9 7-10 8-18-2 5-17 10-19-1 14-11 7-9 10-7 15-11 15-12 17-12 10-14 13-13 14-23-1 6-19-1 7-18 6-13 16-12 6-19 15-13 29-15 21-18 21-15 19-21 24-13 21-15 16-20 19-16 22-9-1 11-21-2 15-15-2 14-19 9-26 18-29-1 25-15-5 23-22-3 30-17-2 35-16-2 33-15 35-24 43-19 35-20 42-12-1 26-24-1 38-17 32-33-1 29-24 26-35 31-22 35-25 31-30 39-20 43-18 31-22-3 21-35 38-27 28-24-1

.231 .389 .696 .889 .889 .529 .700 .400 .412 .321 .227 .350 .560 .438 .588 .577 .556 .586 .417 .500 .382 .250 .368 .316 .571 .240 .536 .659 .538 .583 .475 .649 .583 .444 .543 .703 .338 .500 .424 .460 .385 .611 .510 .646 .679 .688 .593 .694 .636 .763 .520 .691 .492 .547 .426 .585 .583 .508 .661 .705 .580 .375 .585 .537

1-9 5-5 7-3 7-2 10-0 — 6-4 4-2 3-9 4-11 2-13 3-15 7-11 — — 8-7 8-7 7-8 6-9 4-11 6-9 3-12 5-10 6-4 5-3 2-6 4-8 7-8 5-10 8-6 5-10 10-6 8-8 6-10 6-10 9-6 5-11 5-9 5-11 2-14 4-12 7-9 4-12 9-7 13-7 10-10 10-10 10-6 11-8 17-4 8-7 11-6 4-14 7-11 7-11 7-11 16-8 10-8 9-9 21-9 15-15 7-23 11-19 12-18

.100 .500 .700 .778 1.000 .556 .600 .667 .250 .267 .133 .167 .389 — — .533 .533 .467 .400 .267 .400 .200 .333 .600 .625 .250 .333 .467 .333 .571 .333 .625 .500 .375 .375 .600 .313 .357 .313 .125 .250 .438 .250 .563 .650 .500 .500 .625 .579 .810 .533 .647 .222 .389 .389 .389 .667 .556 .500 .700 .500 .233 .367 .400

6th 3rd t-1st 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 2nd 5th 6th 6th 7th 6th — — 4th 3rd 5th 4th 5th 5th 6th 4th 2nd 1st 3rd 3rd 4th 5th 3rd 6th 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 2nd 4th 4th 4th 5th 5th 3rd 5th 2nd 3rd 4th 4th 2nd 4th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 3rd 4th 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 6th 4th 5th

Fred W. Cozens Fred W. Cozens Fred W. Cozens Fred W. Cozens Fred W. Cozens Caddy Works Caddy Works A.J. Sturzenegger A.J. Sturzenegger A.J. Sturzenegger A.J. Sturzenegger A.J. Sturzenegger Al Montgomery A.J. Sturzenegger, Jim Schaeffer Jack Fournier Jack Fournier Jack Fournier, Bill James* Marty Krug Marty Krug Marty Krug John Schaeffer Arthur E. Reichle Lowell McGinnis A.J. Sturzenegger A.J. Sturzenegger A.J. Sturzenegger Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Arthur E. Reichle Gary Adams Gary Adams Gary Adams Gary Adams Gary Adams Gary Adams Gary Adams Gary Adams Gary Adams

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YEAR-BY-YEAR SUMMARY

Arthur Reichle

Gary Adams

John Savage

(1941, 1946-74)

(1975-2004)

(2005-present)

Season Head Coach

Captain(s)

Overall

Pct.

Conf.

Pct.

Finish

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Lindsay Meggs, Brent Brakebill David Bond, Vince Lopez Todd Zeile, Torey Lovullo Torey Lovullo, Steve Hisey Eric Karros, Scott Cline Charlie Fiacco, Scott Cline Robbie Katzaroff, John Dolak Chris Pritchett, Tim Lindsay Pete Janicki, Michael Moore Ryan McGuire, David Ravitz David Roberts Bobby Kazmirski, Gar Vallone Zak Ammirato Jon Heinrichs Eric Byrnes, Eric Valent Jason Green, Jack Santora Chad Cislak, Bill Scott, Chase Utley Paul Diaz, Josh Canales Josh Arhart, Adam Berry, Ben Francisco Mike Kunes, Warren Trott Brandon Averill, Chad Concolino Chris Denove, Brett McMillan Hector Ambriz, Brett McMillan Ryan Babineau, Tyson Brummett Ryan Babineau, Jermaine Curtis, Tim Murphy no captains Matt Grace, Dan Klein Brett Krill, Justin Uribe Gerrit Cole, Chris Giovnazzo, Marc Navarro, Steve Rodriguez Beau Amaral, Jeff Gelalich, Scott Griggs, Adam Plutko, Pat Valaika

28-32 34-30-1 39-23 40-25-1 31-28 27-32 41-26 29-30 37-26 37-23 22-36 29-28 36-28 45-21-1 24-33 31-31 38-26 30-27 26-35 28-31 35-29 15-41 33-25 33-28 33-27 27-29 51-17 35-24 48-16

.467 .554 .629 .615 .525 .458 .612 .492 .587 .617 .379 .509 .563 .679 .422 .500 .594 .526 .420 .475 .547 .268 .568 .541 .550 .482 .750 .593 .750

8-22 13-17 21-9 16-14 12-18 10-20 14-16 13-17 14-16 17-13 11-19 12-18 16-14 19-11 11-19 13-11 17-7 9-15 9-15 11-13 14-10 4-20 13-10 14-10 13-11 15-12 18-9 18-9 20-10

.267 .433 .700 .533 .400 .333 .467 .433 .467 .567 .366 .400 .533 .633 .367 .542 .708 .400 .400 .458 .583 .166 .565 .583 .542 .556 .667 .667 .667

6th 5th 1st 2nd 5th 5th 4th 4th 3rd 2nd 5th 5th 3rd 2nd 5th 3rd t-1st 7th t-7th t-5th t-3rd 8th 3rd 3rd 3rd t-3rd 2nd 1st t-1st

2,261-1,901-34

.543

839-956

.467

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93-YEAR TOTALS

Southern California Conference, 1920-27; Pacific Coast Conference, 1928-29; CIBA, 1930-32, 1935-66, 1976; No Conference (financial problems), 1933-34; Pac-8, 1967-78; Pac-10, 1979-2011; Pac-12, 2012-current) *James coached last 19 games (12-7, 7-6)

UCLA Baseball Head Coach History Head Coach

Years

Fred W. Cozens Caddy Works A.J. Sturzenegger Al Montgomery Jack Fournier Marty Krug John Schaeffer Lowell McGinnis Arthur Reichle Gary Adams John Savage

1920-1924 1925-1926 1927-1931, 1933, 1943-1945 1932 1934-1936 1937-1939 1940 1942 1941, 1946-1974 1975-2004 2005-current

OVERALL RECORD

CONFERENCE RECORD

W

L

T

Pct.

W

L

Pct.

61 23 71 14 40 40 14 7 733 984 275

33 14 126 11 30 39 23 18 577 823 207

1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 22 7 0

.647 .622 .363 .560 .571 .506 .382 .368 .559 .544 .571

30 6 29 7 16 17 6 5 220 388 115

19 4 63 11 14 28 9 10 273 434 91

.612 .600 .315 .389 .533 .378 .400 .333 .446 .472 .558

In Memoriam: Arthur E. Reichle (1914-2000) “A courageous man who taught his players to strive for excellence both on and off the field of play.” The UCLA baseball program lost a great teacher and friend when former head coach Art Reichle passed away on May 23, 2000. Reichle, who was inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1998, became head coach of the Bruins in 1941. After one year, he entered the Army and served until 1946, at which time he resumed coaching baseball at UCLA. In 1969, the Bruins, led by future major leaguer Chris Chambliss, won the Pacific-8 title and earned UCLA’s first appearance into the College World Series. Reichle retired as coach after the 1974 season with 733-577-22 record, and was succeeded by Gary Adams, one of his former players. As an athlete, Reichle played football, rugby and baseball at UCLA from 1934-36. He began his coaching career as an assistant for the Bruin baseball team and one of the players during his tenure was future Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson. Reichle was an assistant athletic director at UCLA until 1980. He continued to teach at clinics and assist high school coaches in Ventura County until his retirement. Reichle moved to Florida in 1989. Reichle is survived by his wife Ruth, sons Arthur Jr. and Richard, and daughter Denise Margarite.

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STARTING LINEUPS

Jim Auten, OF (1976-1979)

Tim Leary, RHP (1977-1979)

1976 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Dennis Delany Ken Gaylord Bobby Dallas Raymond Townsend Robbie Henderson Dave Baker Dave Penniall Larry Silver Brian Viselli Tim O’Neill Steve Bianchi Ed Cowan

1981 So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr.

.257 7 30 .272 11 37 .310 7 30 .306 0 6 .302 9 37 .277 7 37 .287 5 29 .248 5 21 .287 2 19 7-4 3.21 5-3 3.86 10-2 3.50

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr.

.339 11 37 .324 7 39 .254 3 23 .258 4 22 .283 0 11 .286 10 43 .284 9 40 .273 5 26 .265 4 21 6-7 4.00 6-3 3.50 5-2 3.01

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

.339 6 37 .343 0 16 .241 0 24 .278 7 30 .270 14 50 .328 17 57 .308 2 16 .332 6 36 .284 4 25 11-3 1.73 6-5 3.05 5-5 3.42

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

.428 7 41 .327 15 46 .293 2 28 .388 6 53 .305 2 19 .294 3 24 .312 10 41 .309 29 78 .295 5 29 12-3 2.72 10-2 5.09 1-2 6.70

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

.292 .259 .231 .325 .267 .277 .269 .236 .298 10-2 9-5 4-5

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

1977 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Dennis Delany Brian Viselli Gary Rasmussen Mobil Cox Ray Townsend Dave Baker Ron Roenicke Larry Silver John Violette Tim O’Neill Dave Schmidt Floyd Chiffer

Dennis Delany Mike Carpenter Vern Followell Mobil Cox Dave Baker Craig Johnson Dan Gausepohl Jim Auten Matt Odeski Floyd Chiffer Tim O’Neill Tim Leary

Don Slaught Pat Dodson Mike Gallego Vern Followell Roger Lang Mark Miller Dan Gausepohl Jim Auten Dave Montanari Tim Leary Dave Schmidt Matt Young

Don Slaught Pat Dodson Mike Gallego Brian Graham Todd Gauntlett Chris Smith Reggie West Dave Montanari Gary Fradella Eric Broersma Matt Young Andy Center

.273 .347 .291 .260 .300 .333 .337 .374 .267 5-9 6-6 3-5

3 9 1 6 5 0 3 1 1

14 47 29 33 36 12 22 37 21 4.27 5.58 7.59

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr.

.216 .274 .327 .278 .290 .306 .338 .339 .254 9-6 7-6 7-6

1 5 0 7 6 2 3 3 1

17 40 34 52 46 29 47 43 21 6.32 4.51 6.37

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Brent Brakebill Pete Beall Rich Amaral Vince Lopez Lindsay Meggs Mike Young Vince Beringhele Shane Mack Jeff Pries Jeff Pries Chuck Yaeger Bob Westland

So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Sr.

.273 2 15 .351 5 33 .341 5 30 .296 2 33 .333 7 43 .311 3 26 .282 4 25 .419 11 60 .301 4 30 7-6 4.46 5-2 3.78 5-2 3.70

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Brent Brakebill Dan Sullivan Torey Lovullo Pete Beall Lindsay Meggs David Alarid Matt Morrison Shane Mack John Nero Jeff Pries Chuck Yaeger Dana Ridenour

Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

.303 6 29 .300 5 42 .219 0 14 .358 7 43 .243 11 43 .307 1 10 .303 1 27 .352 16 53 .257 3 20 5-5 4.01 5-9 5.40 3-5 5.86

C C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

34 28 27 23 34 8 21 12 31 2.24 2.82 2.97

Todd Zeile Gary Berman Torey Lovullo John Barry Hector Cano Brent Brakebill Sean Berry Steve Stowell John Joslyn Eric Nolte Alex Sanchez Randy Hennis

So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr.

.333 12 41 .301 7 49 .321 11 46 .281 0 12 .297 5 42 .237 2 20 .293 3 23 .283 5 35 .370 6 42 6-2 6.75 5-7 5.26 4-0 6.35

1991 Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. So. So.

.336 13 43 .347 18 53 .317 16 65 .277 4 22 .301 6 29 .342 14 59 .345 3 24 .364 11 44 .300 5 22 16-3 4.06 6-7 4.97 4-2 5.22

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Billy Haselman Eric Karros Torey Lovullo Bobby Holley Scott Cline Steve Hisey Charlie Fiacco Jeff Osborn Steve Stowell Steve Stowell Randy Hennis Alex Sanchez

So. So. Sr. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

.303 9 51 .312 8 57 .350 24 73 .286 4 21 .345 9 38 .298 18 79 .330 11 51 .269 8 31 .295 5 29 11-6 4.93 9-4 5.81 6-7 5.92

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF CF RF DH P P P

John Dolak Eric Karros Bobby Holley Mike Hankins Scott Cline Rob Katzaroff Charlie Fiacco Jeff Osborn Joe James Mike Magnante Scott Schanz Mike Fyhrie

So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

.268 7 36 .415 17 54 .275 7 27 .268 3 31 .308 9 44 .329 1 23 .293 15 44 .330 9 36 .300 14 47 14-4 3.93 4-7 5.96 3-5 3.76

So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. So.

.281 .244 .260 .320 .260 .312 .342 .266 .288 .295 6-6 2-12 7-5

Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

.360 29 83 .368 13 67 .305 3 35 .306 4 53 .289 11 43 .376 10 44 .306 2 41 .318 6 40 .304 3 18 .9-8 3.93 9-1 3.63 11-6 3.19

1989 Paul Ellis John Dolak Mike Lewis Charlie Fiacco Mike Hankins Mannie Adams Robbie Katzaroff Dave Keating David Tokheim Scott Cline John Sutherland Scott Schanz Mike Fyhrie

4 2 1 7 1 1 0 6 3 1

23 17 18 38 18 20 30 24 20 19 4.40 4.83 3.72

1990 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

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Paul Ellis Chris Pritchett Mannie Adams Mike Hankins Kevin Webb Joel Wolfe Robbie Katzaroff David Tokheim Michael Moore Tim Lindsay Pete Janicki Dave Zancanaro

Matt Schwenke Chris Pritchett Robert Hinds Gary Hagy Kevin Webb Joel Wolfe Michael Moore David Tokheim Ryan McGuire Tim Lindsay Pete Janicki Mike Lewis

Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr.

.237 2 12 .328 18 57 .321 1 17 .305 9 48 .352 6 27 .345 6 7 .328 8 28 .321 6 39 .319 7 0 9-4 4.57 5-7 6.09 5-6 3.99

So. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So.

.219 4 24 .316 14 61 .236 1 25 .259 10 41 .263 1 22 .331 2 27 .344 2 22 .338 8 30 .295 2 26 .351 12 36 9-4 3.53 7-5 3.99 5-1 4.24

Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

.223 2 32 .376 26 91 .324 6 2 .224 1 29 .344 10 50 .296 3 28 .325 5 40 .358 7 32 .264 2 15 11-3 4.03 4-3 3.94 7-7 5.70

Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr.

.305 6 48 .339 12 46 .239 1 16 .157 0 9 .344 2 42 .272 5 28 .353 3 27 .268 1 21 .220 2 26 .231 2 16 5-5 4.97 2-7 4.25 2-2 4.67

So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

.315 13 51 .295 6 48 .257 2 13 .291 0 15 .292 8 34 .258 2 9 .322 2 8 .268 1 23 .306 0 6 .303 1 29 .324 9 35 3-6 3.94 7-4 4.00 3-3 2.76 0-2 3.97

1992

1988

1985 4 5 3 1 8 0 0 0 4

Todd Zeile John Joslyn Torey Lovullo Bobby Holley Scott Cline Steve Hisey Tony Scruggs Billy Haselman Gary Berman Alex Sanchez Randy Hennis Jeff Conine

1987

1984

1980 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Tim Gudim Tony Perri Rich Amaral Pete Beall Lindsay Meggs Shane Mack Vince Beringhele Brian Graham Rick Krikorian Pat Clements Colin Ward Jeff McDonald

Todd Zeile, C (1984-1986)

1986 Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

1983

1979 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Tim Gudim Greg Norman Brian Graham Mike Gallego Lindsay Meggs Chris Smith Vince Beringhele Dave Montanari Pete Beall Eric Broersma Pat Clements Colin Ward

1982

1978 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Shane Mack, OF (1982-1984)

Matt Schwenke Ryan McGuire Robert Hinds Adam Melhuse David Ravitz David Roberts John Myrow Michael Moore Shawn Wills Mike Mitchell Pete Janicki Adam Schulhofer Tim Kubinski

1993 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF RF P P P

Matt Schwenke Ryan McGuire David Ravitz Gar Vallone Adam Melhuse David Roberts John Myrow Chris Lohman Brett Schafer Tim Kubinski Gabe Sollecito Jon Van Zandt

1994 C 1B 2B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH P P P

Tim DeCinces Mike Mitchell Chad Matoian Travis Boyd Gar Vallone Zak Ammirato David Roberts Brett Schafer Chris Lohman Dave Dieter Brian Stephenson Nick St. George Bobby Kazmirski

1995 C 1B 2B 2B

Tim DeCinces Peter Zamora Brett Nista Chad Matoian 2B/SS Gar Vallone SS/3B Troy Glaus 3B/LF Zak Ammirato LF Mike Seal LF Nick Theodorou CF Jon Heinrichs RF Eric Byrnes SP Jim Parque SP Rick Heineman RP Peter Zamora RP Bob Kazmirski


STARTING LINEUPS

Peter Zamora, 1B/P (1995-1997)

1996 C 1B 2B 2B SS

Tim DeCinces Peter Zamora Brett Nista Chad Matoian Jack Santora SS/3B Troy Glaus 3B Zak Ammirato LF Jon Heinrichs CF Eric Valent RF Eric Byrnes DH Nick Theodorou DH Cassidy Olson SP Jim Parque SP Peter Zamora SP Dan Keller RP Kevin Sheredy

Casey Cloud Peter Zamora Nick Theodorou Troy Glaus Aldo Pinto Brett Nista Jack Santora Jon Heinrichs Eric Valent Eric Byrnes Chad Matoian Cassidy Olson Jim Parque Tom Jacquez Peter Zamora Jake Meyer Rob Henkel

.341 18 67 .234 6 30 .251 2 31 .258 1 14 .270 0 13 .352 16 50 .354 6 42 .296 3 40 .289 12 55 .338 8 56 .314 1 25 .265 2 13 9-3 3.72 6-1 4.89 7-3 4.79 4-2 4.59

.244 3 21 .379 16 24 .365 6 47 .409 34 91 .289 1 14 .311 4 25 .389 2 17 .358 28 79 .339 27 91 .332 17 60 .314 1 29 .293 0 13 13-2 3.08 10-4 3.06 6-2 5.06 3-3 4.20 3-3 3.67

Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

.333 3 21 .304 10 47 .337 2 15 .245 2 20 .320 15 49 .383 9 54 .284 8 31 .301 0 13 .336 30 73 .332 14 52 3-1 6.39 4-8 8.50 2-5 7.05 4-2 5.23

Jason Green Garrett Atkins Chase Utley Jack Santora Nick Lyon Bill Scott Charles Merricks Brian Baron Jon Brandt Josh Karp Ryan Carter Chad Cislak

Forrest Johnson Garrett Atkins Chase Utley Josh Canales Randall Shelley Bill Scott Charles Merricks Matt Pearl Nick Lyon Jim Hemming Adam Berry Josh Karp Rob Henkel Bobby Roe Jon Brandt Ryan Carter

2004 Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

.351 23 78 352 17 72 .382 22 69 .248 0 18 .294 7 28 .421 21 76 .257 2 33 .357 4 34 .341 8 28 .273 6 47 .303 4 13 10-2 5.06 6-4 5.68 7-5 5.44 7-5 4.03 3-1 5.65

C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH SP SP SP

Josh Arhart Eric Reece Josh Canales Randall Shelley Preston Griffin Adam Berry Matt Pearl Ben Francisco Brian Baron Josh Karp Jon Brandt Bobby Roe SP/RP Paul Diaz RP Mike Castillo RP Kevin Jerkens

Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So.

.292 3 24 .259 10 44 .376 0 22 .256 3 13 .245 3 17 .245 5 29 .317 6 42 .309 6 42 .443 2 47 5-2 3.26 4-4 4.93 4-3 5.88 3-3 5.32 1-1 2.25 3-2 5.00

2002 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH SP SP SP SP RP RP

Josh Arhart Wes Whisler Ryan Rasmussen Ryan McCarthy Brandon Averill Chris Jensen Rashad Parker Ben Francisco Adam Berry Mike Kunes, Wes Whisler Chris Cordeiro Casey Janssen Doug Silva Kevin Jerkens

Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. r. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr.

.363 7 37 .328 18 46 .304 1 22 .258 0 20 .310 6 31 .289 1 13 .286 4 14 .368 6 37 .308 18 50 7-4 4.55 5-2 4.06 2-7 5.00 4-2 4.06 0-5 4.15 2-2 7.58

2003

1999 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF SP SP SP RP

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF RF DH DH SP SP SP RP RP

2001 Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr.

1998 C Jason Green 1B Cassidy Olson 2B Nick Theodorou 2B/SS Jack Santora SS/DH Chase Utley 3B Garrett Atkins LF Brett Nista LF Michael Hymes CF Eric Valent RF Eric Byrnes SP Ryan Carter SP Chad Cislak SP Paul Diaz RP Bobby Roe

Wes Whisler, 1B/P (2002-2004)

2000 Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. So. So. So. So. Fr. Jr.

1997 C 1B 2B SS 3B INF INF LF CF RF DH DH SP SP SP RP RP

Chase Utley, INF (1998-2000)

Sr. So. So. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. So.

.309 6 50 .375 4 41 .317 16 56 .279 6 25 .211 4 20 .380 28 86 .277 1 14 .293 1 27 7-4 4.21 8-3 4.26 1-8 7.95 5-3 5.91

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH SP SP SP RP RP

Chris Denove Wes Whisler Preston Griffin Ryan McCarthy Brandon Averill Chris Jensen Matt Thayer Billy Susdorf Brett McMillan Wes Whisler Casey Janssen Mike Kunes Chris Cordeiro Doug Silva

Fr. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

.319 6 26 .310 9 39 .264 9 44 .264 7 40 .329 10 33 .272 2 7 .299 5 37 .310 10 40 .330 8 35 3-7 5.66 6-6 5.88 5-2 6.81 1-2 4.62 6-0 3.86

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH SP SP

Chris Denove Brett McMillan Mike Svetlic Ryan McCarthy Preston Griffin Brandon Averill Jarrad Page Matt Thayer Wes Whisler Wes Whisler Casey Janssen SP Bryan Beck SP/RP David Johnson RP Kyle Wilson

Ryan Babineau, C (2006-2008)

2008 So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

.291 8 47 .254 6 38 .258 0 23 .295 15 47 .313 3 27 .276 8 31 .233 3 19 .323 4 33 .279 7 44 3-5 5.24 10-4 3.16 2-3 5.76 4-3 4.46 0-1 3.38

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF LF CF RF DH SP SP SP RP RP

Ryan Babineau Casey Haerther Alden Carrithers Brandon Crawford Jermaine Curtis Mickey Weisser Brady Dolan Blair Dunlap Gabe Cohen Cody Decker Tim Murphy Charles Brewer Gavin Brooks Brendan Lafferty Jason Novak

Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr.

.247 0 25 .324 12 52 .377 5 47 .302 7 51 .306 2 26 .247 2 17 .287 2 18 .250 2 16 .204 9 29 .218 7 30 5-6 3.34 9-4 5.10 6-3 5.07 4-3 3.74 1-1 3.60

Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So.

.179 2 10 .322 21 53 .282 2 30 .273 0 27 .305 9 42 .274 5 28 .301 7 39 .318 3 23 .353 2 16 4-8 3.49 9-3 2.99 3-5 4.52 0-4 4.71 4-3 4.72

So. Sr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. So.

.249 .308 .345 .325 .267 .312 .318 .354 .289 .314 11-4 12-3 11-3 6-1 2-0

8 3 9 7 3 9 2 4 7 6

37 27 52 45 33 47 31 31 38 28 3.37 3.02 2.72 1.90 3.06

Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

.196 .320 .217 .210 .238 .284 .303 .299 .250 .268 6-8 13-2 7-4 5-3 0-2 3-4

0 3 0 0 1 6 1 2 2 2

17 40 8 6 20 45 18 29 18 13 3.31 1.25 2.01 2.86 2.20 2.90

Jr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr.

.332 1 27 .321 3 52 .302 2 21 .266 1 39 .281 0 13 .333 0 37 .313 4 46 .351 11 48 .239 1 25 12-3 2.48 10-4 4.43 3-3 4.28 9-2 4.45 5-3 1.46 3-1 2.65

2009 2005 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF CF RF DH SP SP

Chris Denove Brett McMillan Sean Carpenter Tommy Lansdon Eric Taylor, Jr. Will Penniall Jarrad Page Josh Roenicke Chris Jensen Hector Ambriz Hector Ambriz Bryan Beck SP/RP Brant Rustich RP Brian Schroeder RP Adam Simon

Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr. So. So. Jr.

.227 .257 .250 .269 .228 .280 .149 .277 .368 .338 3-7 1-11 2-7 4-6 1-5

0 7 0 1 1 1 1 0 7 1

22 33 4 8 16 18 9 16 21 18 3.94 6.01 5.23 4.77 6.79

Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

.258 .301 .271 .318 .336 .300 .254 .248 .325 .313 8-7 7-4 6-7 3-1 1-1

6 6 6 6 0 2 1 1 6 5

So. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So.

.272 5 37 .205 3 17 .352 2 32 .335 7 55 .329 4 33 .297 2 16 .244 0 5 .285 2 18 .345 10 36 .307 14 57 10-6 4.04 5-4 5.68 6-7 4.47 3-1 3.54 3-0 4.83

2006 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF LF CF RF DH SP SP SP RP RP

Ryan Babineau Tim Stewart Sean Smith Brandon Crawford Jermaine Curtis Blair Dunlap Tim Murphy Josh Roenicke Chris Jensen Hector Ambriz Hector Ambriz David Huff Tyson Brummett Paul Oseguera Jason Novak

25 25 32 30 21 9 7 23 36 34 3.65 2.98 4.52 1.66 5.35

2007 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF CF RF DH SP SP SP

Ryan Babineau Tim Stewart Alden Carrithers Brandon Crawford Jermaine Curtis Will Penniall Tim Murphy Justin Uribe Gabe Cohen Cody Decker Tyson Brummett Tim Murphy Gavin Brooks SP/RP Garett Claypool RP Jason Novak

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C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH SP SP SP RP RP

Steve Rodriguez Cody Decker Eddie Murray Niko Gallego Casey Haerther Gabe Cohen Blair Dunlap Justin Uribe Gino Aielli Gerrit Cole Trevor Bauer Charles Brewer Gavin Brooks Matt Grace

2010 C 1B 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH SP SP SP RP RP

Steve Rodriguez Justin Uribe Dean Espy Tyler Rahmatulla Niko Gallego Cody Regis Cody Keefer Beau Amaral Brett Krill Blair Dunlap Gerrit Cole Trevor Bauer Rob Rasmussen Dan Klein Erik Goeddel

2011 C 1B 2B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH SP SP SP

Steve Rodriguez Dean Espy Trevor Brown Kevin Williams Pat Valaika Cody Regis Cody Keefer Beau Amaral Chris Giovinazzo Jeff Gelalich Gerrit Cole Trevor Bauer Adam Plutko SP/RP Zack Weiss RP Mitchell Beacom RP Nick Vander Tuig

2012 C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH SP SP SP

Tyler Heineman Trevor Brown Kevin Williams Pat Valaika Kevin Kramer Cody Keefer Beau Amaral Jeff Gelalich Cody Regis Adam Plutko Nick Vander Tuig Zack Weiss SP/RP Grant Watson RP David Berg RP Scott Griggs


YEARLY LEADERS

Garrett Atkins, INF (1998-2000) Year Batting Average 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Gelalich Espy Amaral Aielli Carrithers Carrithers Curtis Ambriz Thayer Trott Trott Baron Scott Scott Atkins Glaus Ammirato Byrnes Roberts McGuire Mitchell Wolfe Wolfe Katzaroff Karros Hamelin Haselman Joslyn Beall Mack Graham Montanari Graham Slaught Carpenter Delany Waters Garrison Garrison Hobbs Altshuler Gerakos Pifferini Chambliss Sanserino Klausen Arrington Ganulin Schwartz Schwartz Ga. Adams Fowler Ge. Adams

At-Bats .351 .320 .354 .353 .377 .352 .336 .338 .323 .366 .375 .443 .421 .380 .383 .409 .354 .324 .353 .376 .351 .345 .376 .342 .415 .362 .364 .370 .358 .419 .339 .374 .325 .428 .343 .339 .324 .344 .345 .356 .379 .346 .308 .340 .354 .366 .324 .352 .386 .354 .265 .309 .308

Amaral Espy Dunlap Dunlap Haerther Crawford Crawford McMillan McCarthy Griffin Rasmussen Pearl Utley Utley Byrnes Heinrichs Henrichs Zamora Roberts Melhuse Roberts Tokheim Katzaroff Katzaroff Katzaroff Karros Lovullo Berman Meggs Amaral Graham Montanari Slaught Gausepohl, Auten Baker Baker Penniall Garrison Doerr Gomez B. Adams Diggle Punaro, Molina Sanserino Sanserino Lung Petrilla Arrington Ardell Floyd Fowler Fowler O’Leary

Ryan McGuire, 1B/P (1991-1993)

Brandon Crawford, INF (2006-2008) 268 231 242 226 238 248 242 210 254 227 230 236 283 271 244 299 250 244 235 250 257 265 284 215 255 269 255 232 230 211 251 214 212 234 215 231 223 180 231 186 257 207 172 212 212 237 209 129 175 143 168 149 155

Hits

Doubles

Gelalich 86 Espy 74 Amaral 79 Dunlap 68 Carrithers 84 Crawford 83 Crawford 77 McMillan 54 McCarthy 75 Whisler 70 Rasmussen, Arhart 70 Baron 105 Scott 112 Atkins 96 Atkins 85 Glaus 108 DeCinces 79 Byrnes 77 Roberts 83 Melhuse 86 Roberts 85 Tokheim 85 Pritchett 102 Katzaroff 75 Karros 100 Karros 84 Lovullo 81 Lovullo, Joslyn, Berman 70 Beall 81 Mack 88 Graham 85 Montanari 80 Graham 68 Followell 83 Auten 67 Baker 66 Dallas 65 Garrison 62 Edwards 74 B. Adams 58 Altshuler 89 Diggle 67 Punaro 52 Chambliss, Sanserino 64 Sanserino 75 Lung 72 Arrington, Petrilla 66 Arrington 62 Schwartz 59 Schwartz 51 Singleton 41 Fowler 46 Ge. Adams 56

Brown Amaral Dunlap Dunlap Haerther Crawford Smith Ambriz McCarthy McMillan Arhart Francisco Scott Green, Scott Atkins Heinrichs Byrnes DeCinces Mitchell Melhuse, Ravitz McGuire McGuire Tokheim Wolfe Osborn Karros Joslyn Joslyn Sullivan Meggs Meggs Montanari Fradella Gausepohl Auten Viselli Baker, Penniall Peterson Edwards Swedlow Doerr Diggle Landress Chambliss, Molina Runk McGuire McGinnis Dyer Colletto Schwartz Fowler, Goodrich, Zak Ge. Adams, Fowler Miller

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13 16 20 17 23 17 18 14 15 16 18 20 23 19 22 28 21 23 19 19 19 13 15 11 20 23 19 19 20 15 15 17 11 18 17 12 10 13 15 13 12 18 10 13 13 12 13 13 12 14 7 5 5

Triples

Home Runs

Amaral 5 Gelalich, C. Giovinazzo 4 Espy 3 Dunlap, Murray 3 Crawford 5 Crawford, Uribe, Babineau 2 Crawford 6 Penniall, Taylor Jr. 3 Thayer 5 Averill 3 Rasmussen 2 Berry 2 Johnson, Scott 3 Utley 2 Byrnes, Johnson, Nista, Santora 2 E. Valent 3 Heinrichs 5 M. Seal 3 Roberts 3 Myrow 7 Roberts 7 Hagy, Tokheim, Wolfe 4 Wolfe 6 Keating 5 Katzaroff 10 Karros 3 Lovullo 3 Cano 5 Berman 3 Beringhele, Mack 3 Mack 5 Gallego 5 Slaught, West 3 Gallego 3 Carpenter 5 Baker, Silver 3 Gaylord 3 Six players 1 Doerr 4 Gomez 3 B. Adams 6 Diggle 6 Molina, Price, Punaro 2 Chambliss, Sanserino 3 Hoffman, Runk 4 Lung 5 Arrington 5 Four players 3 Colletto, Schwartz 3 Patten, Singleton 4 Fowler 5 Ge. Adams, Gowler, Wright 4 Bergeron 4

Gelalich 11 Regis 6 Espy, Regis 9 Decker 21 Haerther 12 Decker 14 Six players 6 Jensen, McMillan 7 McCarthy 15 Averill, Susdorf 10 Whisler, Berry 18 Reece 10 Johnson 23 Scott 28 Valent 30 Glaus 34 DeCinces 18 DeCinces 13 Mitchell 12 McGuire 26 McGuire 14 Pritchett 18 Ellis 29 Fiacco 7 Karros 17 Lovullo 24 Joslyn 18 Zeile 12 Mack 16 Mack 11 Beall 7 Norman 9 Gauntlett 8 Auten 29 Johnson 17 Delany 11 Gaylord 11 Garrison 7 Edwards 14 B. Adams 13 Swedlow 9 Diggle 8 Graham, Pifferini 8 Chambliss 15 Hoffman 11 Cooper, Hoffman, Klausen, Lung 5 Ganulin 11 Bashore 11 Schwartz 13 Schwartz 5 Fowler 5 Fowler 5 Fowler, O’Leary 2


YEARLY LEADERS

Eric Byrnes, OF (1995-1998) Year Runs Batted In 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Brown Regis Espy Decker Haerther Decker Jensen McMillan McCarthy Griffin Berry Baron Johnson Scott Valent Glaus, E. Valent DeCinces DeCinces DeCinces McGuire McGuire Pritchett Ellis Fiacco Karros Hisey Lovullo Berman Mack Mack Beall Norman Gauntlett, Slaught Auten Johnson Baker Baker, Dallas, Henderson Garrison Edwards B. Adams B. Adams Diggle Price Chambliss Runk Lung Ganulin Ganulin Schwartz Floyd, Schwartz Fowler Fowler Fowler, Weikel

52 45 52 53 52 57 36 33 47 44 50 47 78 86 73 91 67 51 48 91 61 57 83 38 54 79 65 49 53 60 52 47 34 78 57 43 37 37 42 48 52 53 31 45 43 44 51 41 59 26 41 34 19

Ben Francisco, OF (2001-2002)

Eric Karros, INF (1986-1988)

Runs Scored

Stolen Bases

Amaral 63 Amaral 37 Rahmatulla 52 Decker 55 Crawford 51 Carrithers 53 Jensen 45 McMillan 30 Thayer 49 Thayer 46 Rasmussen 52 Francisco 52 Utley 81 Scott, Utley 66 Valent 69 Glaus 100 DeCinces 66 Glaus 46 Roberts 60 McGuire 71 McGuire 56 Wolfe 55 Pritchett 73 Katzaroff 47 Fiacco 60 Lovullo 83 Joslyn 68 Lovullo 50 Mack 61 Mack 54 Amaral 61 Norman 42 Smith 35 Gausepohl 62 Johnson 54 Roenicke 42 Penniall 59 Garrison 51 Edwards 43 B. Adams 47 B. Adams 53 Diggle 46 Graham 41 Chambliss, Sanserino 43 Runk 49 Petrilla 50 Arrington 51 Dyer 45 Harmon 42 Schwartz, Singleton 24 Fowler 30 Ge. Adams, Singleton 26 Ge. Adams 28

Gelalich C. Giovinazzo Gallego Dunlap Carrithers Crawford Crawford Penniall Thayer Thayer Francisco, Rasmussen Canales, Francisco Utley Santora Byrnes Byrnes Heinrichs Byrnes Roberts Roberts Roberts Wolfe Wolfe Katzaroff Katzaroff Fiacco Fiacco, Lovullo, Scruggs Berry Mack Amaral Graham Beringhele Smith Gausepohl Carpenter Roenicke Penniall Garrison Edwards B. Adams B. Adams Diggle Hume Sanserino Runk Sanserino Arrington Arrington Harmon Patten Ga. Adams Ge. Adams no record

Total Bases 16 15 27 15 17 11 7 11 9 9 20 15 15 9 30 19 21 18 45 28 36 35 30 33 26 17 6 13 17 26 22 20 20 17 36 9 38 29 19 10 9 13 7 19 13 11 13 9 14 15 12 10

89

Gelalich Espy Dunlap, Rahmatulla Decker Haerther Crawford Crawford McMillan McCarthy McMillan, Susdorf Berry Baron Scott Scott Valent Glaus DeCinces DeCinces Mitchell McGuire McGuire Pritchett Ellis Katzaroff Karros Lovullo Lovullo Lovullo Mack Mack Graham Norman Slaught Auten Johnson Baker Dallas Garrison Edwards B. Adams B. Adams Diggle Graham Chambliss Runk Lung Arrington Dyer Schwartz Schwartz Fowler Fowler Ge. Adams

Walks 131 98 118 136 138 125 121 82 135 109 127 128 204 195 176 227 149 132 132 172 137 144 86 92 169 176 151 116 142 138 112 123 87 178 129 113 97 88 138 110 123 121 80 128 126 106 102 107 111 84 73 74 56

Gelalich Regis Rahmatulla Decker Curtis Carrithers Crawford, Curtis Ambriz, McMillan Thayer Thayer Whisler Pearl Atkins Santora Santora Glaus Theodorou Vallone, Zamora Roberts McGuire McGuire Pritchett Ellis Fiacco Holley Lovullo Joslyn Lovullo Mack Amaral Amaral Beringhele Dodson Dodson Baker Roenicke Dallas Garrison Colton no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record

On-Base Percentage 34 34 39 36 42 32 24 22 35 30 21 27 32 41 37 57 39 39 39 62 48 29 38 30 40 79 56 43 36 38 65 45 46 41 37 35 42 40 29

Gelalich Keefer Keefer Murray Carrithers Carrithers Curtis Jensen Thayer Thayer Arhart Baron Scott Scott Theodorou Glaus Theodorou Vallone Roberts, Vallone McGuire McGuire Wolfe Ellis Fiacco Karros Lovullo Lovullo Joslyn Mack Mack Beringhele Beringhele Smith Slaught Auten Delaney Dallas Garrison Colton no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record no record

.444 .408 .450 .434 .484 .445 .457 .438 .420 .405 .427 .487 .480 .463 .470 .520 .475 .407 .442 .510 .434 .414 .470 .458 .487 .511 .401 .455 .441 .466 .482 .470 .443 .486 .417 .431 .431 .464 .415


YEARLY LEADERS

Tim Lindsay, RHP (1981-1985) Year Innings Pitched 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Plutko Bauer Bauer Bauer Murphy Brummett Huff Ambriz Janssen Whisler Kunes Karp Roe Brandt Cislak Jacquez Parque Heineman Stephenson Kubinski Janicki Lindsay Lindsay Sutherland Magnante Hennis Sanchez Sanchez Pries Pries Ward Broersma Young Leary Chiffer O’Neill Bianchi Cowan Bianchi Panick Robson Robson Bonham Pope Hoops Wiswell Brasher Gore Gore Bottoms Bottoms Sapp Collins

Josh Karp, RHP (1999-2001)

Appearances 119.2 136.2 131.1 105.1 102.1 138.0 129.2 105.0 116.2 82.2 89.0 80.0 91.0 107.0 83.2 129.1 125.2 90.0 105.0 125.0 150.1 124.0 149.0 114.2 137.1 110.0 139.1 95.2 89.2 113.0 116.0 109.2 115.0 145.2 120.0 117.0 91.0 121.1 96.2 86.0 107.2 84.0 82.2 95.1 113.2 98.2 115.2 106.0 104.2 70.2 123.0 93.0 82.2

Berg Vander Tuig Klein Brooks Lafferty Lafferty Oseguera Schroeder Brophy Cordeiro Kunes Jerkens Carter Cislak, Roe Roe Henkel Heineman Lynch Howatt Mitchell, Kramer Sollecito Lindsay Zancanaro Sutherland Magnante Wenrick Wenrick Wenrick Bloom Westland Yaeger Yaeger Fauland Bollens Bollens Rucker Chiffer Soroko Ross Baranick Baranick Sandford Sandford York Hansen Hansen Kester Gore Gore Bottoms, Brown Bottoms Bruckner Bruckner

50 28 39 27 33 25 29 31 29 21 28 31 23 25 24 34 26 20 24 25 24 21 30 28 25 37 28 26 32 32 29 34 31 27 32 22 23 19 25 27 38 17 22 27 27 26 36 26 28 19 22 23 23

Wins

Strikeouts

Plutko 12 Bauer 13 Bauer 12 Bauer 9 Brewer 9 Brummett 10 Ambriz 8 Schroeder 4 Janssen 10 Silva, Janssen 6 Kunes 7 Karp 5 Karp 10 Karp 8 Cislak, Roe 4 Parque 13 Parque 9 Heineman 7 Stephenson 5 Kubinski 11 Janicki 9 Lindsay 9 Zancanaro 11 Zancanaro 9 Magnante 14 Stowell 11 Sanchez 16 Nolte 6 Pries, Yaeger 5 Pries 7 Clements 9 Clements 6 Broersma 10 Leary 12 Chiffer 11 O’Neill, Schmidt 5 Cowan 10 Cowan 9 Bianchi 9 Zail 7 Susa 7 Pope 7 Pope, Bonham, Robson, Susa 4 Pope 9 Hoops 12 Hansen, Kester 10 Coston 9 Gore 8 Brasher 12 Arens, Pederson, Boteboom 5 Bottoms 8 Sapp 7 Weiner 8

Plutko Bauer Bauer Cole Murphy Brummett Huff Ambriz Janssen Janssen Kunes Karp Henkel Brandt Cislak Parque Parque Parque Stephenson Kubinski Janicki Janicki Zancanaro Sutherland Magnante Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Ridenour Clements Ward Broersma Young Leary Leary O’Neill Cowan Cowan Bianchi Panick Robson Pope Bonham Pope Hoops Kester Brasher Gore Gore Pederson Bottoms Sapp Weiner

90

Hector Ambriz, RHP (2003-2006) Saves 99 203 165 104 111 111 100 84 103 73 71 92 136 109 66 119 116 84 79 86 150 94 100 72 101 101 142 85 67 59 106 108 83 111 88 62 69 109 52 64 112 97 110 99 92 104 110 100 101 63 97 89 53

Griggs Vander Tuig Klein Brooks Novak Rustich Roenicke Simon Simon Cordeiro Susdorf, Silva, Wilson Jerkens Carter Cislak Roe Meyer Sheredy Zamora, Kazmirski Howatt Sollecito Sollecito Fyhrie Zancanaro Schulhofer, Fyhrie Lewis Wenrick Ridenour, Wenrick Naworski Bloom Westland Pries Yaeger Fauland Bollens Bollens Bollens Lizarraga Soroko five players Baranick Baranick Sandford, Smith Zail York York Tysdal Brasher no record no record no record no record no record no record

ERA 15 9 10 8 4 6 4 2 5 4 3 5 4 6 7 8 8 5 3 9 12 5 5 4 4 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 10 5 6 4 4 4 1 9 5 3 3 4 5 5 3

Deeter Bauer Klein Bauer Murphy Claypool Oseguera Ambriz Janssen Silva Whisler, Janssen Castillo Brandt Birkins Righetti Righetti Meyer Zamora St. George McGuire Bonds Lewis Zancanaro Zancanaro Fyhrie Wenrick Sanchez Ridenour Pries Bloom Ward Broersma Broersma Leary Chiffer Chiffer Peterson Cowan Soroko Thomas Smith Zail Bonham York Cassidy Kester Kester Arens Brasher Zeno Bottoms Bruckner Collins

0.89 1.25 1.90 2.99 3.34 3.54 1.66 3.94 3.16 3.86 4.06 2.25 4.03 4.05 2.81 2.63 2.64 2.76 4.25 1.73 1.78 3.99 3.19 3.60 3.76 3.82 4.06 4.50 4.01 2.55 4.51 4.27 2.24 2.72 1.73 3.01 3.09 3.26 4.37 1.66 1.69 2.28 2.60 1.48 1.81 2.35 2.61 3.54 1.66 0.86 1.48 1.54 1.94


TEAM SEASON STATS BATTING STATS Year

GP

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

59 61 55 55 51 ---66 53 61 53 60 61 59 61 56 56 65 53 60 65 62 56 59 59 67 59 63 60 58 57 64 67 57 62 64 57 61 59 64 56 58 61 60 56 68 59 64

.267 .285 .280 .281 .276 ---.284 .274 .281 .280 .275 .274 .295 .320 .276 .295 .288 .320 .292 .296 .312 .308 .306 .284 .309 .313 .288 .303 .274 .293 .297 .336 .313 .297 .326 .304 .302 .287 .279 .254 .286 .296 .279 .285 .304 .263 .304

1888 1972 1827 1864 1729 ---2250 1677 2036 1723 2007 2051 1992 2238 1893 1917 2203 1933 2102 2284 2174 2328 2098 2032 2434 2148 2140 2154 1993 2080 2254 2535 2097 2226 2346 2098 2242 2057 2208 1889 1988 2081 2074 1909 2362 1936 2135

321 334 297 317 282 ---365 267 332 321 383 329 384 499 300 335 482 388 416 45 496 574 414 321 510 424 391 461 338 357 495 631 452 439 551 372 415 381 395 232 337 366 374 348 469 261 394

503 562 516 524 476 ---639 459 573 482 551 562 588 717 523 566 635 619 614 677 678 718 642 577 751 673 616 652 546 610 669 851 656 662 764 638 677 591 617 480 568 615 578 544 718 509 650

87 85 79 75 75 ---78 77 82 78 81 82 95 129 77 92 110 106 124 125 139 147 124 101 107 101 108 121 104 128 138 173 123 121 143 116 121 105 105 84 120 106 117 110 136 107 89

12 22 22 17 10 ---17 12 13 6 16 12 13 19 11 20 19 17 12 20 12 17 16 23 24 18 20 12 5 9 15 11 10 9 17 8 5 9 15 12 14 8 16 12 14 14 16

52 40 43 44 45 ---45 43 71 40 65 62 61 89 31 36 36 49 61 69 103 116 85 34 88 71 58 77 41 56 77 142 107 87 117 47 70 73 64 21 55 51 50 54 65 17 23

304 295 278 270 247 ---332 225 298 284 343 298 345 451 267 295 409 350 370 411 447 523 381 294 478 384 348 421 316 327 450 591 423 396 505 331 376 353 369 213 302 341 345 311 417 238 347

770 811 768 765 706 ---886 689 894 692 859 854 892 1151 715 806 891 906 945 1049 1150 1247 1053 826 1170 1023 938 1028 783 924 1068 1472 1120 1062 1292 911 1018 933 944 651 881 890 877 840 1077 695 840

.408 .411 .420 .410 .408 ---.394 .411 .439 .402 .428 .416 .448 .514 .378 .420 .404 .469 .450 .459 .529 .536 .502 .406 .481 .476 .438 .477 .393 .444 .474 .581 .534 .477 .551 .434 .454 .454 .428 .345 .443 .428 .423 .440 .456 .359 .393

BB HBP

Year

ERA

W

L

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

3.45 3.21 3.14 2.40 3.71 ---3.79 3.71 5.46 4.77 4.26 4.14 2.75 4.48 3.55 5.58 5.70 4.81 5.01 5.09 5.54 5.36 5.30 4.54 4.26 5.08 4.36 5.16 5.56 4.72 4.97 4.52 8.19 5.73 5.98 4.75 5.76 5.95 4.98 5.65 3.77 5.01 4.45 4.28 3.00 2.44 3.13

35 42 35 42 26 ---32 29 26 31 35 31 39 43 31 21 38 28 28 34 39 40 31 27 41 29 37 37 22 29 36 45 24 31 38 30 26 28 35 15 33 33 33 27 51 35 48

24 19 20 12 24 ---33 24 35 22 25 30 20 18 22 35 27 24 32 30 23 25 28 32 26 30 26 23 36 28 28 21 33 31 26 27 35 31 29 41 25 28 27 29 17 24 16

59 61 55 55 51 ---66 53 61 53 60 61 59 61 56 56 65 53 60 65 62 56 59 59 67 59 63 60 58 57 64 67 57 62 64 57 61 59 64 56 58 61 60 56 68 59 64

------------------------------14 ---19 13 10 5 9 10 7 3 11 3 9 6 13 10 13 10 5 3 5 6 1 1 2 1 3 2 4 5 6 11 2 5 2 15 2

---------------------16 ---11 15 9 7 8 14 8 14 6 11 10 16 15 10 13 17 9 13 14 7 14 13 12 10 13 10 12 14 12 13 6 11 12 12 12 12 9 16

508.0 496.0 470.0 483.0 450.0 ---558.2 434.0 511.0 455.0 517.0 520.0 510.0 546.1 491.0 492.0 568.1 465.2 522.2 571.1 536.0 572.1 518.1 527.0 599.2 529.1 557.2 544.0 506.1 515.0 567.0 595.2 495.1 542.1 561.2 515.2 548.0 512.2 568.0 487.1 516.1 533.2 540.1 493.2 618.1 528.0 569.0

473 410 418 378 389 ---556 394 555 482 552 553 462 564 450 551 647 506 600 570 610 607 592 571 641 645 527 583 596 545 663 650 708 586 596 569 672 606 576 565 496 551 526 482 502 388 502

301 242 241 180 248 ---331 225 383 295 302 308 212 334 254 387 439 318 374 407 403 424 387 363 398 400 329 364 366 331 427 394 593 425 469 341 446 404 355 374 253 351 308 295 247 165 235

197 177 164 129 186 ---235 179 310 241 246 239 156 272 194 305 360 249 291 323 330 341 305 266 284 299 270 312 313 270 313 299 451 345 373 272 351 339 314 306 216 297 267 235 206 143 198

264 242 228 239 293 ---325 226 321 248 252 218 203 287 266 297 397 246 297 346 309 373 252 269 297 239 272 237 264 246 246 290 349 331 301 232 264 219 265 250 173 204 282 197 210 157 238

418 456 367 484 405 ---434 302 317 344 333 338 369 357 286 304 368 246 341 413 430 441 339 332 411 348 410 359 360 363 434 478 403 488 531 372 385 399 451 379 436 461 442 509 700 572 436

------------------81 55 ------70 ---------71 85 96 67 107 82 91 98 114 83 116 93 89 105 102 89 90 86 119 101 83 110 126 121 92 100 73 93 88 109 89 67 90

------------------12 8 ------8 ---------5 11 14 8 18 17 10 19 15 11 10 18 10 10 13 13 14 5 15 7 10 5 8 13 8 4 5 18 14 11 11 5 4

------------------------233 260 284 214 256 298 253 277 435 259 317 297 317 427 287 240 297 241 296 314 291 228 287 330 272 287 299 194 211 203 250 189 200 206 271 237 278 210 228

------------------------------28 24 25 21 22 23 25 27 19 25 36 53 48 29 52 32 45 33 24 30 36 42 22 35 65 62 47 52 52 48 62 87 72 72 104 73 96

SO

OBP

SF

SH

------------------------335 263 263 282 290 328 222 247 360 .249 334 375 329 418 394 378 395 477 424 378 365 368 395 415 386 428 444 392 443 451 486 403 368 409 480 434 467 461 341

------------------------------.368 .347 .378 .400 .366 .386 .406 .405 .386 .379 .405 .421 .397 .363 .392 .386 .382 .394 .369 .368 .380 .417 .396 .382 .412 .375 .370 .363 .362 .335 .365 .380 .377 .382 .397 .355 .391

------------------------------26 16 24 32 13 24 33 15 22 32 18 36 25 27 22 27 22 34 26 20 34 29 8 26 28 28 28 19 31 15 22 17 27 16 24 15 30

------------------------------19 18 19 15 25 24 27 12 23 25 5 8 11 29 12 10 30 32 19 15 49 16 28 16 20 23 25 17 26 37 34 56 37 40 55 68 64

SB SBA

PO

A

------------------------------------------------------------------------1801 1574 1673 1632 1519 1515 1701 1787 1485 1627 1685 1547 1644 1538 1704 1462 1549 1601 1621 1481 1855 1584 1707

------------------------------------------------------------------------709 672 803 696 620 727 778 757 615 650 651 670 623 610 705 536 594 610 625 514 617 502 639

E FLD

---50 40 80 33 ---44 59 66 29 125 44 101 56 91 84 86 97 54 44 42 107 86 113 123 114 128 81 106 53 84 68 68 23 35 48 80 26 47 47 21 53 74 55 104 65 62

------------------------------166 ------------131 121 122 75 63 67 130 112 146 154 164 186 117 143 77 181 157 84 36 46 61 105 44 65 68 42 74 98 90 137 94 98

------------------------------------------------------------------------94 111 92 78 87 90 132 129 132 96 118 91 86 90 69 98 50 66 76 63 76 51 58

------------------------------------------------------------------------.964 .953 .964 .968 .961 .962 .949 .952 .941 .960 .952 .961 .963 .960 .972 .953 .977 .971 .967 .969 .970 .976 .976

HR

WP

HBP

BK

AB

OAV

------------------40 33 57 ---37 ---------21 50 38 43 42 46 55 55 62 37 58 65 54 78 35 45 47 56 75 76 77 43 71 68 59 38 41 50 56 47 48 20 33

------------------------------26 32 14 21 17 45 59 37 46 40 23 34 28 34 31 52 56 46 33 44 51 59 57 56 80 63 56 49 41 42 50 68 39 65 47 29 23

------------------------------29 22 20 3 22 30 28 23 31 29 27 42 44 44 40 39 51 57 46 43 46 42 58 63 81 45 61 54 73 72 37 57 66 59 43 51 48

------------------------------7 4 0 26 4 10 3 6 5 9 4 6 3 11 5 ---------------4 8 7 7 7 12 15 15 7 17 18 8 21 7 6 4 3

------------------2127 1607 ------------------1819 1908 2238 1809 2048 2217 2105 2201 2052 2045 2337 2143 2062 2121 2022 1995 2268 2347 2109 2136 2208 2015 2209 2051 2139 1933 1933 2039 2022 1859 2286 1890 2085

------------------.262 .245 ------------.244 ---.247 .289 .289 .280 .293 .257 .289 .276 .288 .279 .274 .301 .256 .275 .295 .273 .292 .277 .336 .274 .270 .282 .304 .295 .269 .292 .257 .270 .260 .259 .220 .205 .241

PITCHING STATS

91


SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

Batting AT-BATS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Jon Heinrichs (1997) Robbie Katzaroff (1990) Chase Utley (2000) Eric Byrnes (1997) Chris Pritchett (1990) Eric Valent (1997) Chase Utley (1999) Eric Karros (1987) Beau Amaral (2012) Mike Hankins (1990)

6. 7. 8. 9.

TRIPLES 299 284 283 277 277 274 271 269 268 268

RUNS SCORED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Troy Glaus (1997) Eric Byrnes (1997) Jon Heinrichs (1997) Torey Lovullo (1987) Chase Utley (2000) Bill Scott (2000) Eric Valent (1997) Garrett Atkins (2000) Chris Pritchett (1990) 10. Ryan McGuire (1993)

100 95 92 83 81 75 74 73 73 71

HITS 1. Bill Scott (2000) 2. Chase Utley (2000) Troy Glaus (1997) 4. Jon Heinrichs (1997) 5. Brian Baron (2001) 6. Chris Pritchett (1990) 7. Eric Karros (1988) 8. Garrett Atkins (1999) 9. Garrett Atkins (2000) 10. Eric Valent (1997)

112 108 108 107 105 102 100 96 95 93

DOUBLES 1. Jon Heinrichs (1997) 2. Eric Byrnes (1997) 3. Casey Haerther (2008) Tim DeCinces (1995) Eric Karros (1987) Bill Scott (2000) 7. Garrett Atkins (1998) 8. Eric Byrnes (1996) 9. Blair Dunlap (2010) Ben Francisco (2001) Jeff Osborn (1988) Daniel Sullivan (1984)

28 24 23 23 23 23 22 21 20 20 20 20

1. Robbie Katzaroff (1988) 2. David Roberts (1992) John Myrow (1993) 4. Brandon Crawford (2006) Joel Wolfe (1990) Bob Adams (1972) Ron Diggle (1971)

BATTING AVERAGE

10 7 7 6 6 6 6

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

WALKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Torey Lovullo (1987) Rich Amaral (1982) Ryan McGuire (1993) Vince Beringhele (1982) Troy Glaus (1997) John Joslyn (1986) Chris Smith (1981) David Roberts (1993) Pete Beall (1982) 10. Randy Schwartz (1963)

79 65 62 61 57 56 52 51 51 50

Brian Baron (2001) Don Slaught (1979) Bill Scott (2000) Shane Mack (1983) Eric Karros (1988) Troy Glaus (1997) Vern Followell (1979) Randy Schwartz (1964) Garrett Atkins (1998) Chase Utley (2000)

.443 .428 .421 .419 .415 .409 .388 .386 .383 .382

Brian Baron Brian Baron, OF (1999-2001)

HOME RUNS 1. Troy Glaus (1997) 2. Eric Valent (1998) 3. Jim Auten (1979) Paul Ellis (1990) 5. Jon Heinrichs (1997) Bill Scott (1999) 7. Eric Valent (1997) 8. Ryan McGuire (1993) 9. Torey Lovullo (1987) 10. Forrest Johnson (2000)

STOLEN BASES 1. David Roberts (1994) 2. Dave Penniall (1976) 3. David Roberts (1992) Mike Carpenter (1978) 5. Joel Wolfe (1991) 6. Robbie Katzaroff (1989) 7. Eric Byrnes (1998) Joel Wolfe (1990) 9. Venoy Garrison (1975) 10. David Roberts (1993) Robbie Katzaroff (1990)

45 38 36 36 35 33 30 30 29 28 28

34 30 29 29 28 28 27 26 24 23

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Troy Glaus (1997) Torey Lovullo (1987) Ryan McGuire (1993) Chris Smith (1981) Bob Hamelin (1987) Eric Karros (1988) Brian Baron (2001) Don Slaught (1979) Alden Carrithers (2008) Vince Beringhele (1982) John Joslyn (1986)

.520 .511 .510 .491 .491 .487 .487 .486 .484 .482 .482

Troy Glaus, INF (1995-1997)

RUNS BATTED IN 1. Troy Glaus (1997) Eric Valent (1997) Ryan McGuire (1993) 4. Bill Scott (1999) 5. Paul Ellis (1990) 6. Jon Heinrichs (1997) Steve Hisey (1987) 8. Forrest Johnson (2000) Jim Auten (1979) 10. Bill Scott (2000)

91 91 91 86 83 79 79 78 78 76

Paul Ellis, C (1988-1990)

Pitching INNINGS PITCHED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 8. 9.

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Larry Zeno (1963) Ryan Deeter (2012) Tom Pederson (1963) Trevor Bauer (2011) David Berg (2012) Jim York (1969) Tim Bottoms (1962) Ron Bruckner (1961) Rick Pope (1969) two players

0.86 0.89 1.24 1.25 1.46 1.48 1.48 1.54 1.60 1.66

STRIKEOUTS Trevor Bauer (2011) Trevor Bauer (2010) Gerrit Cole (2010) Pete Janicki (1992) Alex Sanchez (1986) Rob Henkel (2000) Rob Rasmussen (2010) Gerrit Cole (2011) Jim Parque (1997) 10. Jim Parque (1996)

SAVES 150.1 149.0 145.2 139.1 138.0 137.1 136.2 131.1 129.2 129.1

WINS 1. Alex Sanchez (1986) 2. Mike Magnante (1988) 3. Trevor Bauer (2011) Jim Parque (1997) 5. Adam Plutko (2012) Trevor Bauer (2010) Tim Leary (1979) Al Hoops (1968) Bill Brasher (1964) 10. six players

Pete Janicki, RHP (1990-1992)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Pete Janicki (1992) Tim Lindsay (1990) Tim Leary (1979) Alex Sanchez (1986) Tyson Brummett (2007) Mike Magnante (1988) Trevor Bauer (2011) Trevor Bauer (2010) David Huff (2006) Tom Jacquez (1997)

1. Scott Griggs (2012) 2. Gabe Sollecito (1992) 3. Dan Klein (2010) Herb Fauland (1980) 5. Nick Vander Tuig (2011) Gabe Sollecito (1993) Bruce Baranick (1973) 8. Gavin Brooks (2009) Jake Meyer (1997) Kevin Sheredy (1996)

15 12 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8

GAMES STARTED 16 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 11

1. Alex Sanchez (1987) 2. Tim Lindsay (1991) Mike Magnante (1988) Colin Ward (1982) Eric Broersma (1981) 6. Mike Lewis (1991) Tim Lindsay (1990) Chuck Yaeger (1984) 9. eight players

23 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 19

COMPLETE GAMES

203 165 153 150 142 136 128 119 119 116

APPEARANCES 1. David Berg (2012) 2. Dan Klein (2010) Bruce Baranick (1972) 4. Bill Wenrick (1987) 5. Ryan Deeter (2012) Scott Griggs (2012) Erik Goeddel (2010) Rick Kester (1966) 9. Grant Watson (2012) Roy Coston (1966)

Gerrit Cole, RHP (2009-2011)

92

50 39 39 37 36 36 36 36 35 35

1. Trevor Bauer (2011) Tim Leary (1979) 3. Tyson Brummett (2007) Pete Janicki (1992) Tim Lindsay (1990) Mike Magnante (1988) Jeff Pries (1983) Ed Cowan (1975) Bob Boyer (1967) 10. seven players

10 10 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6


CAREER RECORDS

Batting AT-BATS

BATTING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bill Scott (1998-00) Brian Baron (2000-01) Randy Schwartz (1963-64) Garrett Atkins (1998-00) Eric Karros (1986-88) Alden Carrithers (2007-08) Earl Altshuler (1970-72) Shane Mack (1982-84) John Joslyn (1985-86) Joel Wolfe (1989-91)

TRIPLES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Eric Byrnes (1995-98) Torey Lovullo (1984-87) Robbie Katzaroff (1987-90) Lindsay Meggs (1981-84) David Roberts (1991-94) Jon Heinrichs (1994-97) Pete Beall (1981-84) Garrett Atkins (1998-00) Chase Utley (1998-00) 10. Brett McMillan (2003-06) Dave Baker (1975-78)

.392 .376 .369 .368 .365 .364 .362 .361 .358 .348

984 856 821 814 784 778 773 748 748 738 738

RUNS SCORED

Brian Baron

HOME RUNS 1. Eric Valent (1996-98) 2. Troy Glaus (1995-97) 3. Bill Scott (1998-00) Chase Utley (1998-00) 5. Torey Lovullo (1984-87) 6. Eric Byrnes (1995-98) 7. Cody Decker (2006-09) Ryan McGuire (1991-93) 9. Garrett Atkins (1998-00) 10. Steve Hisey (1984-87)

69 62 53 53 51 48 47 47 40 39

Eric Valent, OF (1996-1998) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Eric Valent (1996-98) Eric Byrnes (1995-98) Torey Lovullo (1984-87) Ryan McGuire (1991-93) Troy Glaus (1995-97) Steve Hisey (1984-87) Chase Utley (1998-00) Bill Scott (1998-00) Lindsay Meggs (1981-84) Garrett Atkins (1998-00)

Torey Lovullo (1984-87) Vince Beringhele (1981-83) Ryan McGuire (1991-93) Charlie Fiacco (1986-89) Nick Theodorou (1995-98) David Roberts (1991-94) 7. Lindsay Meggs (1981-84) 8. Troy Glaus (1995-97) 9. Eric Valent (1996-98) Bobby Holley (1986-88)

180 138 135 129 128 128 125 123 108 108

326 276 266 264 256 246 245 243 242 240

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

David Roberts (1991-94) Robbie Katzaroff (1987-90) Joel Wolfe (1989-91) Eric Byrnes (1995-98) David Tokheim (1988-91) Charlie Fiacco (1986-89) Brian Graham (1979-82) Jon Heinrichs (1994-97) Dave Penniall (1975-76) Vince Beringhele (1981-83)

109 96 83 81 55 55 54 52 48 46

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Eric Byrnes (1995-98) Jon Heinrichs (1994-97) Garrett Atkins (1998-00) Tim DeCinces (1994-96) Lindsay Meggs (1981-84) Blair Dunlap (2006-10) Bill Scott (1998-00) Jeff Osborn (1985-88) 9. Torey Lovullo (1984-87) 10. Brandon Crawford (2006-08) Peter Zamora (1995-97)

219 203 188 182 180 176 174 173 168 167

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

STOLEN BASES Eric Byrnes (1995-98) Garrett Atkins (1998-00) Torey Lovullo (1984-87) Robbie Katzaroff (1987-90) Chase Utley (1998-00) Pete Beall (1981-84) Jon Heinrichs (1994-97) Brian Graham (1979-82) David Roberts (1991-94) Troy Glaus (1995-97)

DOUBLES

RUNS BATTED IN

Torey Lovullo, INF (1984-1987)

235 211 211 199 186 184 182 182 180 177

HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

20 13 13 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8

WALKS

1. Eric Byrnes (1995-98) 2. Troy Glaus (1995-97) Torey Lovullo (1984-88) 4. Eric Valent (1996-98) 5. Jon Heinrichs (1995-97) 6. Charlie Fiacco (1986-89) 7. Chase Utley (1998-00) Robbie Katzaroff (1987-90) 9. Garrett Atkins (1998-00) 10. David Roberts (1991-94)

Bill Scott, OF (1998-2000)

1. Robbie Katzaroff (1987-90) 2. Brandon Crawford (2006-08) Joel Wolfe (1989-91) 4. David Roberts (1991-94) Shane Mack (1982-84) 6. Chris Giovinazzo (2008-11) Ezel Singleton (1961-63) Mike Gallego (1979-81) Bob Adams (1970-73) Tebbie Fowler (1960-62) 11. five players (tied)

75 57 56 54 49 48 47 47 45 44 44

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Nick Theodorou (1995-98) John Joslyn (1985-86) Chris Smith (1980-81) Alden Carrithers (2007-08) Bill Scott (1998-00) Ryan McGuire (1991-93) Rich Amaral (1982-83) Vince Beringhele (1981-83) Troy Glaus (1995-97) Eric Karros (1986-88) Pat Dodson (1978-80)

.475 .470 .469 .464 .462 .462 .461 .452 .448 .442 .442

Pitching INNINGS PITCHED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Trevor Bauer (2009-11) Alex Sanchez (1985-87) Jim Parque (1995-97) Pete Janicki (1990-92) Gerrit Cole (2009-11) Tim O’Neill (1977-79) Tim Leary (1977-79) Tim Lindsay (1987, 89-91) Hector Ambriz (2003-06) Jon Brandt (1998-2001)

SAVES 373.1 341.0 334.2 325.0 322.1 307.0 306.0 302.0 296.0 296.0

WINS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Trevor Bauer (2009-11) Alex Sanchez (1985-87) Bill Brasher (1964-66) Jim Parque (1995-97) Dave Schmidt (1977-79) Josh Karp (1999-2001) Pete Janicki (1990-92) Dave Zancanaro (1988-90) 9. four players Bill Wenrick (1984-87) Chuck Yaeger (1981-84) Brendan Lafferty (2005-09) Mike Kunes (2000-03) Bobby Roe (1998-01) Jason Novak (2006-09) Bill Brasher (1964-66) Scott Bollens (1977-79) Dave Zancanaro (1988-90) Kevin Jerkens (2000-03)

21 16 15 15 14 13 11 10 10 10

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.81 1.87 2.01 2.01 2.24 2.24 2.32 2.36 2.44 2.51

Tim Bottoms (1961-63) Larry Zeno (1963-64) Jim York (1968-69) Howard Collins (1960-61) Steve Smith (1970-72) Ron Bruckner (1960-61) Tom Pederson (1962-64) Trevor Bauer (2009-11) Dave Weiner (1960-61) Rick Kester (1966-67)

GAMES STARTED 34 27 26 25 24 23 23 23 22

APPEARANCES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. Gabe Sollecito (1992-93) 2. Bill Wenrick (1984-87) 3. Scott Griggs (2010-12) Scott Bollens (1977-79) 5. Bruce Baranick (1971-73) 6. Bobby Roe (1998-01) 7. Herb Fauland (1979-80) 8. Dan Klein (2008-10) Brant Rustich (2004-07) Mike Fyhrie (1988-91)

119 111 94 88 87 86 83 80 78 77

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Alex Sanchez (1985-87) Jim Parque (1995-97) Gerrit Cole (2009-11) Tim O’Neill (1976-78) Tim Lindsay (1987,89-91) Trevor Bauer (2009-11) Josh Karp (1999-2001) Bill Brasher (1964-66) 9. Hector Ambriz (2003-06) Wes Whisler (2002-04) Casey Janssen (2001-04)

58 50 49 47 46 44 44 44 43 43 43

Alex Sanchez, RHP (1985-1987)

STRIKEOUTS

COMPLETE GAMES 1. Tim Leary (1977-79) 2. Trevor Bauer (2009-11) 3. Tim O’Neill (1976-78) Ed Cowan (1974-76) 5. Tim Lindsay (1987, 89-91) 6. Pete Janicki (1990-92) Bill Brasher (1964-66) 8. Jim Parque (1995-97) Rick Pope (1969-71) Jeff Pries (1982-84)

16 15 14 14 13 11 11 10 10 10

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Trevor Bauer, RHP (2009-2011)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

460 376 328 319 307 274 265 262 258 254

Trevor Bauer (2009-11) Gerrit Cole (2009-11) Alex Sanchez (1985-87) Jim Parque (1995-97) Pete Janicki (1990-92) Gary Robson (1970-72) Jon Brandt (1998-2001) Josh Karp (1999-2001) Tim Leary (1977-79) Bill Brasher (1964-66)


MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS TEAM — SEASON Most Stolen Bases Most Home Wins Best Home Record Worst Home Record Most Road Wins Best Road Record Worst Road Record Most Shutouts Most Times Shut Out Most Runs Scored Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most Total Bases Most Grand Slams

128 29 25-4 (.862) 7-19 (.269) 22 18-2-1 (.881) 8-20 (.286) 10 6 631 (67 games) 851 (67 games) 173 (67 games) 24 (67 games) 142 (67 games) 1472 (67 games) 11

1992 2010 1978 2005 2010 1969 2005 2011, 1969 1984 1997 1997 1997 1990 1997 1997 1997

TEAM — STREAKS Winning Streak Losing Streak Home Winning Streak Home Unbeaten Streak Home Losing Streak Road Winning Streak Road Unbeaten Streak Road Losing Streak Conference Winning Streak Conference Losing Streak

22 gm 2010 19 gm 2005 15 gm 2010 15 gm 2010 7 gm 1972, 1981, 2005 8 gm 1972, 1979 1997 10 gm (9-0-1) 12 gm 2005 11 gm 1969 11 gm 1985

TEAM — LEAGUE PLAY Most Wins 21 1986, 1979 1924 Best Record 10-0 (1.000) 17-4 (.810) 1969 Best Record (modern era) Highest Batting Average .348 1986 Most Runs Scored 272 1986 Most Hits 373 1986 Most Doubles 71 1987 Most Home Runs 64 1987 Best Home Record 13-2 1986 54 1998 Most Runs Allowed (three-game series) Feb. 20-22, 1998 vs. Stanford

TEAM — SINGLE GAME Most Runs Scored Most Stolen Bases

28 10

3/22/86 at Arizona 2/8/96 at Hawaii-Hilo

TEAM — SINGLE INNING Most Runs Scored

14 3/25/07 vs. Pacific (8th inning) 13 2/4/07 vs. Winthrop (4th inning) 13 2/22/97 vs. Arizona State (8th inning) Most Hits 10 3/25/07 vs. Pacific (8th inning) 10 2/22/97 vs. Arizona State (8th inning) Most Hit Batsmen (by UCLA) 5 *4/22/98 at CS Fullerton (4th inning)

Garrett Atkins

Torey Lovullo

Mike Magnante

INDIVIDUAL — CAREER Total Bases On-Base Percentage Games Played Wins (right-hander) Wins (left-hander) Winning Percentage: Walks Issued Hit-by-Pitches Issued Losses

Nick Theodorou

Wes Whisler

INDIVIDUAL — CONFERENCE SEASON BATTING

486 .475 242 34 25 1.000 233 40 21

Eric Valent (1996-98) Nick Theodorou (1995-98) Eric Byrnes (1995-98) Trevor Bauer (2009-11) Jim Parque (1995-97) Tom Miles (5-0, 1969-70) Pete Janicki (1990-92) Bobby Roe (1998-01) Hector Ambriz (2003-06)

INDIVIDUAL — SINGLE SEASON Wins (right-hander) Wins (left-hander) Losses Walks Hit Batters Winning Percentage

Bill Scott

16 14 12 99 21 1.000

Alex Sanchez (1986) Mike Magnante (1988) Scott Schanz (1989) Colin Ward (1982) Bobby Roe (2000) Rick Pope (8-0, 1969) Doug Silva (6-0, 2003) Tom Miles (5-0, 1969), Bob Westland (5-0, 1982) Fielding Errors 35 Troy Glaus (1997) RISP Average .476 Ben Francisco (2002) Intentional Walks 13 Paul Ellis (1990) Strikeouts 61 Bill Scott (1999) Hit by Pitch 18 Tyler Heineman (2012) Niko Gallego (2010), Eddie Murray (2009) Sacrifice Hits 18 Tyler Heineman (2012) Sacrifice Flies 9 Brett McMillan (2004) Games Played 67 Gallego (2010), Byrnes (1997), Glaus (1997), Heinrichs (1997), E. Valent (1997), M. Adams (1990), Pritchett (1990), Hankins (1990)

INDIVIDUAL — SINGLE SEASON (FRESHMEN) Batting Average .383 Garrett Atkins (1998) Most Hits 85 Garrett Atkins (1998) Most Home Runs 18 Wes Whisler (2002) Most Doubles 22 Garrett Atkins (1998) Most Innings Pitched 110.2 Gavin Brooks (2007) Most Strikeouts 104 Gerrit Cole (2009) Most Wins 9 Grant Watson (2012) Trevor Bauer (2010), Pete Janicki (1992) Most Saves 7 Bobby Roe (1998)

Batting Average Runs Scored Most Hits

.442 42 51 51 15 15 5 16 16 47 21 40

Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most Runs Batted In Most Stolen Bases Most Walks

Casey Grzecka (2002) Troy Glaus (1997) Shane Mack (1983) Garrett Atkins (1998) David Ravitz (1993) Jason Green (1999) Dave Keating (1989) Torey Lovullo (1987) Eric Valent (1998) Ryan McGuire (1993) David Roberts (1994) Torey Lovullo (1987)

INDIVIDUAL — CONFERENCE SEASON PITCHING Most Games Most Innings Pitched Most Wins

Most Losses Most Saves Highest Win Pct.

Lowest ERA Most Strikeouts

25 89 8 8 8 9 8 1.000

David Berg (2012) Tim Leary (1979) Trevor Bauer (2011) Alex Sanchez (1986) Mike Magnante (1988) Scott Schanz (1989) Scott Griggs (2012) Trevor Bauer (7-0) Josh Karp (6-0, 2000) Rick Pope (5-0, 1969), four pitchers (4-0) 0.45 Jim York (1969) 118 Trevor Bauer (2011)

INDIVIDUAL — SINGLE GAME Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Total Bases

4 11 17

Bill Scott, 3/30/99 at Washington** Bill Scott, 3/30/99 at Washington** Bill Scott, 3/30/99 at Washington**

INDIVIDUAL — MISCELLANEOUS Longest Hitting Strk. 33 gm Consecutive Hits 11 Consecutive HR Games 7 Home Runs in an Inning 2

Most RBI (3-gm Pac-10 series)

Garrett Atkins (1998) Chad Matoian (1996) Bill Scott (1999)** Jon Heinrichs (1997) Torey Lovullo (1986, 1987) Garrett Atkins (1999) 16 Ryan McGuire, 1993 vs. Arizona

* NCAA Record, ** Pac-10 Record

UCLA Single-Season Conference Leaders BATTING AVERAGE 2001 2000 1988 1983 1979

WALKS

Brian Baron Bill Scott Eric Karros Shane Mack Don Slaught

.443 .421 .415 .419 .428

DOUBLES 1997 1995 1992 1978

Jon Heinrichs Tim DeCinces Ryan McGuire Jim Auten

28 23 19 17

TRIPLES 1992 1988 1978

7 10 5

Cody Decker Wes Whisler, Adam Berry Bill Scott Eric Valent Troy Glaus Tim DeCinces Ryan McGuire Paul Ellis Torey Lovullo Jim Auten

21 18 28 30 34 18 26 29 24 29

RUNS BATTED IN

Tim DeCinces, C (1994-1996)

1999 1997 1993 1990 1987

Troy Glaus Torey Lovullo

COMPLETE GAMES 57 79

STOLEN BASES 2002 1994 1993 1992 1991 1989 1978

Ryan Rasmussen, Ben Francisco David Roberts David Roberts David Roberts Joel Wolfe Robbie Katzaroff Mike Carpenter

20 45 28 36 35 33 36

ERA

David Roberts Robbie Katzaroff Mike Carpenter

HOME RUNS 2009 2002 1999* 1998 1997 1996 1993 1990 1987 1979

1997 1987

Bill Scott Troy Glaus, Eric Valent Ryan McGuire Paul Ellis Steve Hisey

86 91 91 83 79

94

2012 2011 1980 1979 1978

David Berg Trevor Bauer Eric Broersma Tim Leary Floyd Chiffer

1.46 1.25 2.24 2.72 1.60

WINS 2011 2010 1997 1986 1980 1979

Trevor Bauer Trevor Bauer (tied) Jim Parque Alex Sanchez Eric Broersma Tim Leary

13 12 12 16 10 12

Gabe Sollecito Dana Ridenour, Bill Wenrick Herb Fauland

12 6 10

SAVES 1992 1986 1980

2011 2007 1983 1979 1978

Trevor Bauer Tyson Brummett Jeff Pries Tim Leary Floyd Chiffer, Tim O’Neill

10 7 7 10 6

INNINGS PITCHED 2010 2007 1996 1992 1990 1979

Trevor Bauer Tyson Brummett Jim Parque Pete Janicki Tim Lindsay Tim Leary

131.1 138.0 125.2 150.1 149.0 145.2

STRIKEOUTS 2011 2010 2008 1996 1992 1986 1982 1981 1979

Trevor Bauer Trevor Bauer Tim Murphy Jim Parque Pete Janicki Alex Sanchez Colin Ward Eric Broersma Tim Leary

203 165 111 116 150 142 106 108 111

* In 1999, the conference moved from two divisions, composed of four northern teams (Pac-10 North) and six southern teams (Pac-10 South), to one nine-team league after Portland State dropped baseball. As a result, the conference schedule was reduced to 24 games, down from 30 in years past. In 2009, the inclusion of Oregon raised the total number of Pac-10 games from 24 to 27. In 2012, the inclusion of Utah will push the total number of Pac-12 games from 27 to 30.


UCLA’s ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS

Rich Amaral

Eric Byrnes

Troy Glaus

Ryan McGuire

Chase Utley

Eric Valent

Peter Zamora

All-America Selections 1963 Randy Schwartz, 1B 1964 Randy Schwartz, 1B 1967 Steve Klausen, OF 1968 Gary Sanserino, SS 1979 Tim Leary, P Jim Auten, OF 1983 Rich Amaral, 2B Shane Mack, OF 1984 Shane Mack, OF 1986 Alex Sanchez, P Billy Haselman, OF 1987 Torey Lovullo, 2B

Bob Hamelin, 1B 1988 Eric Karros, 1B 1990 Paul Ellis, C

Chris Pritchett, 1B Pete Janicki, P 1991 Ryan McGuire, DH 1992 Mike Mitchell, DH

Ryan McGuire, 1B 1993 Ryan McGuire, 1B

1994 Tim DeCinces, C 1995 Eric Byrnes, OF

Tim DeCinces, C 1996 Tim DeCinces, C Jim Parque, P Eric Valent, OF

ABCA 2nd ABCA 1st TSN 1st ABCA 2nd ABCA 3rd TSN 1st ABCA 2nd TSN 1st ABCA 2nd TSN 1st ABCA 1st BA 1st ABCA 1st TSN 1st BA 2nd BA 1st BA (Fr) 1st ABCA 1st TSN 1st BA 1st BA (Fr) 2nd BA 3rd BA 1st ^ ABCA 1st CB 1st TSN 1st BA 3rd BA (Fr) 1st CB (Fr) 2nd BA (Fr) 3rd CB (Fr) 1st BA (Fr) 2nd CB 3rd CB 1st BA 1st TSN 1st SST 1st BA (Fr) 2nd CB (Fr) 1st BA (Fr) 1st SST 2nd SST 2nd SST 2nd CB (Fr) 1st

1997 Troy Glaus, SS

Jim Parque, P Jon Heinrichs, OF

Eric Valent, OF

Peter Zamora, UTL 1998 Eric Valent, CF

Garrett Atkins, 3B

Bobby Roe, P Chase Utley, SS 1999 Garrett Atkins, 1B Josh Karp, P Bill Scott, LF

Chase Utley, 2B 2000 Garrett Atkins, 1B Bill Scott, LF

Chase Utley, 2B

Forrest Johnson, C 2001 Brian Baron, DH

Garrett Atkins earned All-America honors in three consecutive seasons (1998-2000), standing as the only Bruin to ever accomplish that feat.

BA 1st TSN 1st NCBWA 1st CB 2nd CB 3rd TSN 2nd ABCA 2nd CB 2nd ABCA 2nd BA 3rd NCBWA 3rd TSN 2nd ABCA 3rd NCBWA 3rd BA 1st CB 1st NCBWA 1st ABCA 1st TSN 2nd CB 3rd NCBWA 3rd BA 3rd CB (Fr) 1st CB (Fr) CB (Fr) NCBWA 3rd BA (Fr) CB (Fr) ABCA 1st NSCWA 2nd CB 3rd ABCA 1st CB 3rd CB 1st ABCA 1st NCBWA 2nd TSN 2nd TSN 1st NCBWA 1st ABCA 1st CB 3rd CB 2nd NCBWA 1st CB 1st BA 3rd

2002 Wes Whisler, UT 2003 Brett McMillan, DH 2006 Ryan Babineau, C Brandon Crawford, SS 2007 Gabe Cohen, OF 2009 Trevor Bauer, P

Gerrit Cole, P 2010 Beau Amaral, OF Trevor Bauer, P Gerrit Cole, P 2011 Trevor Bauer, P

Adam Plutko, P

Zack Weiss, P 2012 Jeff Gelalich, OF Adam Plutko, P Scott Griggs, P David Berg, P

Grant Watson, P

BA 3rd BA (Fr) 1st CB (Fr) CB (Fr) CB (Fr) 1st BA (Fr) 1st BA (Fr) 1st CB (Fr) 1st BA (Fr) 1st NCBWA (Fr) 1st ** CB (Fr) CB (Fr) BA (Fr) 2nd BA 2nd CB 2nd CB 2nd BA 3rd NCBWA 3rd ^ BA 1st ^ CB 1st ^ ABCA 1st NCBWA 1st BA (Fr) 1st CB (Fr) NCBWA (Fr) 2nd CB (Fr) BA 1st BA 3rd NCBWA 2nd CB 3rd NCBWA (Fr) 2nd CB (Fr) CB (Fr)

BA - Baseball America, CB - Collegiate Baseball, TSN - The Sporting News, NCBWA - National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, SST - Smith Super Team, ABCA - American Baseball Coaches Association ^ Player of the Year (as named by that publication) ** Collegiate Baseball Freshman Pitcher of the Year

Golden Spikes Award Winner 2011 Trevor Bauer, P

COSIDA Academic All-America Selections 1972 1979 1979 1988 1999

Mike Gerakos, 3B Tim Leary, P Don Slaught, C Mike Magnante, P Bill Scott, LF

Trevor Bauer became UCLA’s first Golden Spikes Award winner in 2011, going 13-2 with a 1.25 ERA and nation-leading 203 strikeouts.

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AWARDS AND HONORS All-Conference Selections Year

Player

1967

Charlie Petrilla Steve Klausen Gary Sanserino Chris Chambliss Gary Sanserino Jim York Steve Busby Gary Robson Earl Altshuler Bob Adams Venoy Garrison Mike Edwards Ed Cowan Venoy Garrison Ed Cowan Dennis Delany Bobby Dallas Rob Henderson Dave Penniall Ken Gaylord Dennis Delany Dave Rasmussen Dave Baker Floyd Chiffer Dennis Delany Craig Johnson Tim Leary Don Slaught Vern Followell Jim Auten Dan Gausepohl

1968 1969 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

1977 1978 1979

Pos.

Year

Player

2B OF SS 1B 2B P P P UTL OF C 2B P OF P C 2B SS OF DH C 2B OF P C OF P C SS OF OF

1980

Eric Broersma Don Slaught Brian Graham Rich Amaral Shane Mack Pete Beall Shane Mack John Joslyn Todd Zeile Steve Hisey John Joslyn Eric Karros Torey Lovullo Charlie Fiacco Steve Stowell Mike Magnante Eric Karros Robbie Katzaroff Chris Pritchett Paul Ellis # Joel Wolfe Joel Wolfe Pete Janicki ** David Roberts Mike Mitchell Ryan McGuire # David Ravitz Adam Melhuse David Roberts

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Pos. Year P C OF 2B OF INF OF DH C OF UTL 1B INF OF UTL P INF OF 1B C OF OF P OF DH 1B 2B 3B OF

1995 1996 1997

1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Player Tim DeCinces Peter Zamora Eric Byrnes Tim DeCinces Troy Glaus Jim Parque Troy Glaus* Jon Heinrichs Eric Valent Eric Byrnes Peter Zamora Jim Parque Tom Jacquez Eric Valent* Garrett Atkins Garrett Atkins Bill Scott Chase Utley Garrett Atkins Forrest Johnson Josh Karp Bill Scott Chase Utley Brian Baron Josh Canales Ben Francisco Wes Whisler ^ Wes Whisler Casey Janssen Ryan McCarthy Chris Jensen

Pos.

Year

Player

C 1B/LHP OF C SS/3B P SS OF OF OF UTL P P CF 3B 1B LF 2B 1B C C LF 2B DH 2B RF 1B/LHP 1B/LHP RHP SS OF

2006

Hector Ambriz Ryan Babineau David Huff Tyson Brummett Gabe Cohen ^ Brandon Crawford Jermaine Curtis Cody Decker Alden Carrithers Trevor Bauer ^ Gerrit Cole Cody Decker Trevor Bauer Gerrit Cole Dan Klein Tyler Rahmatulla Rob Rasmussen Beau Amaral Trevor Bauer ** Adam Plutko Beau Amaral David Berg Jeff Gelalich Scott Griggs Tyler Heineman Adam Plutko

2007

2008 2009 2010

2011 2012

Pos. DH C P P OF SS 3B 1B 2B P P 1B P P P 2B P OF P P OF P OF P C P

* Player of the Year ** Pitcher of the Year # Co-Player of the Year ^ Freshman/Newcomer of the Year

All-Tournament Team Selections 1979 NCAA West Regional Mike Gallego Jim Auten Don Slaught

1991 Olive Garden Classic 2B OF C

1985 Riverside Invitational Todd Zeile

Michael Moore* Chris Pritchett Adam Schulhofer David Tokheim Tim Lindsay

CF 1B 2B RF P

2004 NCAA Okla. City Regional 2010 NCAA Los Angeles Regional

Eric Valent* Nick Theodorou Troy Glaus Peter Zamora Jim Parque

Chris Denove Ryan McCarthy Casey Janssen Mike Svetlic Preston Griffin

CF 2B SS UTL P

1991 Oscar Mayer Classic 1B LF

Ryan McGuire David Tokheim

DH RF

1999 NCAA Wichita Regional

2006 NCAA Malibu Regional

Garrett Atkins Josh Karp Bill Scott

Hector Ambriz Blair Dunlap

1B P LF

1992 NCAA Mideast Regional 1987 Wheaties Tournament Steve Stowell*

UTL

Bob Hamelin

1B

Torey Lovullo Charlie Fiacco Billy Haselman Steve Hisey

2B CF C LF

Pete Janicki David Ravitz Ryan McGuire David Roberts

P 2B 1B OF

1993 NCAA Central I Regional Tim Kubinski David Roberts

P OF

3B 1B

1988 Busch Challenege II Eric Karros Scott Cline

1B 3B

1990 NCAA Midwest Regional Chris Pritchett

Beau Amaral Trevor Bauer* Gerrit Cole Niko Gallego Cody Regis

OF P P SS 3B

1B

1996 NCAA Central I Regional Tim DeCinces Jon Heinrichs Jim Parque

C OF P

Garrett Atkins Ryan Carter Forrest Johnson Josh Karp Bill Scott Chase Utley*

1B P C P LF 2B

Wes Whisler Casey Janssen Ryan McCarthy Billy Susdorf

1B P SS RF

Jermaine Curtis* Ryan Babineau Cody Decker Justin Uribe Gavin Brooks

3B C DH OF P

Troy Glaus* Eric Valent Jon Heinrichs Peter Zamora Jim Parque Tom Jacquez

David Roberts (1992, 1993 Regionals)

SS CF LF DH P P

OF P 2B

Wes Whisler*

P/1B

Casey Haerther Alden Carrithers Jermaine Curtis Blair Dunlap Brandon Crawford Gerrit Cole Blair Dunlap Casey Haerther Eddie Murray

Bill Scott (1999, 2000 Regionals)

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2011 NCAA Los Angeles Regional Beau Amaral Trevor Bauer Cody Keefer Jeff Gelalich

OF P OF DH

2008 NCAA Fullerton Regional 2012 NCAA Los Angeles Regional 1B 2B 3B OF ^DH

2009 Houston College Classic 2003 Kia Baseball Bash

1997 Hormel Foods Classic

2010 College World Series

P Beau Amaral OF Trevor Bauer Cody Regis

2007 NCAA Long Beach Regional 2000 NCAA Oklahoma Regional

2003 Domino’s Aggie Classic

1987 NCAA West II Regional Scott Cline Eric Karros

C SS P 2B 3B

C

1986 NCAA West Regional John Joslyn Steve Hisey

1997 NCAA Midwest Regional

P OF 1B 2B

Beau Amaral Trevor Brown Jeff Gelalich* Cody Keefer Adam Plutko Pat Valaika Nick Vander Tuig

OF INF OF OF P INF P

*Tournament MVP ^ DH awarded to a designated hitter or deserving player at a different position

Jermaine Curtis (2006, 2007, 2008 Regionals)


AWARDS AND HONORS Multiple All-Conference Selections

ERIC KARROS All-Pac-10 Team in 1987, 1988 After playing in just 12 games as a freshman in 1986, Eric Karros made a tremendous impact for the Bruins in 1987 and 1988. In 66 games as a sophomore (1987), Karros batted .312 with eight home runs, 23 doubles and 57 RBI. The following season, he batted .415 with 17 homers, 14 doubles and 54 RBI. Karros finished his three-year career batting .365 with 26 home runs and 123 RBI.

UCLA has produced 24 players since 1967 who have earned all-conference acclaim at least twice, with three standouts having earned all-conference honors three times (Garrett Atkins, Dennis Delany and Trevor Bauer). BEAU AMARAL All-Pac-12 Team in 2011, 2012 A three-year starting outfielder (2010-2012), Beau Amaral helped lead the Bruins to two College World Series appearances in his three years at the school. As a freshman, Amaral batted a team-leading .354 as he helped lead UCLA to the finals of the 2010 College World Series. He followed that up with a solid sophomore campaign, batting .299 with a team-best 16 doubles and 37 runs, earning All-Pac-10 honors for the first time in his career. In 2012, Amaral batted .313 with a team-best 63 runs as he again earned All-Pac-12 honors and helped the Bruins return to the College World Series.

SHANE MACK All-Pac-10 Team in 1983, 1984 A three-year starter for the Bruins (1982-1984), Shane Mack batted over the .300 plateau each season. He posted his best numbers as a sophomore and junior. In 1983, Mack batted .419 with 11 home runs, 60 RBI and 54 runs in 49 games. The following season, he batted .352 with 16 home runs and 53 RBI. Mack was the No. 11 overall selection in the 1984 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres.

GARRETT ATKINS All-Pac-10 Team in 1998, 1999, 2000 Garrett Atkins captured All-Pac-10 acclaim each of his three seasons at UCLA. He set the school’s single-season freshman batting average record in 1998, hitting at a .383 clip with nine homers and 54 RBI. As a sophomore, Atkins batted .275 with 14 home runs, 18 doubles and 41 RBI. He helped lead UCLA to the NCAA Super Regional at LSU during his junior season, batting .352 with 17 home runs, 72 RBI and 73 runs.

JIM PARQUE All-Pac-10 Team in 1996, 1997 Serving as the ace of UCLA’s 1997-bound College World Series team, Jim Parque had a very strong three-year career (1995-1997). He posted a 28-8 career record on the mound, logging 319 strikeouts in 334.2 innings while recording a 3.55 ERA. As a junior in 1997, Parque went 13-2 with a 3.08 ERA. He led the Pac-10 with 116 strikeouts in 1996 and with 12 wins in 1997.

TREVOR BAUER All-Pac-10 Team in 2009, 2010, 2011 Among the most dominant pitchers in conference history, Trevor Bauer secured All-Pac-10 acclaim each of his three seasons (2009-2011). As a junior, he became the first UCLA player to ever win the Golden Spikes Award. That season, Bauer went 13-2 with a 1.25 ERA and a nation-leading 203 strikeouts. He went 12-3 with a 3.02 ERA and a nationbest 165 strikeouts as a sophomore and secured Pac-10 Freshman of the Year honors in 2009, going 9-3 with a 2.99 ERA. Bauer helped lead UCLA to the finals of the 2010 College World Series and back to the postseason in 2011.

ADAM PLUTKO All-Pac-12 Team in 2011, 2012 Entering his junior year in 2013, Adam Plutko has already established himself as one of UCLA’s most succssful pitchers. As a freshman in 2011, Plutko went 7-4 with a 2.01 ERA as UCLA’s Sunday starter. He logged 92 strikeouts and limited the opposition to a .193 batting average against him as he secured All-Pac-10 honors. In 2012, Plutko became the ace of the staff as he went 12-3 with a 2.48 ERA as UCLA’s Friday starter. He totaled 99 strikeouts in 119.2 innings pitched as he helped lead UCLA to their second College World Series appearance in three years.

ERIC BYRNES All-Pac-10 Team in 1995, 1997 A talented four-year starter (1995-1998), Eric Byrnes guided the Bruins to postseason appearances in 1996 and 1997, including to the College World Series in 1997. He batted .324 with nine home runs, 35 RBI and 18 stolen bases as a freshman. Two years later, he posted career numbers with 17 home runs, 60 RBI and 95 runs. Byrnes finished his carrer as UCLA’s all-time leader in runs (235), hits (326) and at-bats (984).

DAVE ROBERTS All-Pac-10 Team in 1992, 1994 Among the best basestealers in UCLA history, Dave Roberts batted over .295 with at least 28 stolen bases in each of his final three seasons. A four-year letterwinner (1991-1994), he led the conference in stolen bases in 1992, 1993 and 1994. He set the school’s single-season record with 45 swipes in 1994. Roberts finished his UCLA career with a .325 batting average, 82 RBI, 177 runs and 109 stolen bases.

GERRIT COLE All-Pac-10 Team in 2009, 2010 A three-year starting pitcher (2009-2011), Gerrit Cole twice earned All-Pac-10 acclaim. As a freshman, he moved into the team’s Friday night starter role, going 4-8 with a 3.49 ERA, 104 strikeouts and 38 walks in 95.0 innings. As a sophomore, Cole went 11-4 with a 3.37 ERA, 153 strikeouts and 52 walks in 123.0 innings. Cole led UCLA to the finals of the College World Series in 2010 and back to the postseason as a junior in 2011.

GARY SANSERINO All-Pac-8 Team in 1968, 1969 A three-year letterwinner who excelled as a shortstop (1967-1969), Dave Sanserino posted a career .319 batting average, totaling 12 home runs and 98 RBI. He batted .302 with 10 home runs and set a then-school record with 19 stolen bases in 1969, leading UCLA to its first-ever appearance in the College World Series that season.

ED COWAN All-Pac-8 Team in 1975, 1976 A three-year letterwinner for the Bruins (1974-1976), Ed Cowan posted a 10-2 record with a 3.50 ERA as a starting pitcher for the Bruins during his senior campaign. He led the Bruins in strikeouts and wins during his junior and senior years. The two-time all-conference selection finished his UCLA career with a 22-11 record and 4.10 ERA.

BILL SCOTT All-Pac-10 Team in 1999, 2000 Bill Scott established himself in three seasons (1998-2000) as one of UCLA’s most successful hitters. He posted career totals of 53 home runs and 173 RBI while batting .392 and leading UCLA to NCAA Regionals in 1999 and 2000. Scott led all Pac-10 hitters with a .421 batting average as a junior in 2000 and led the conference with 28 home runs and 86 RBI in 1999.

TIM DECINCES All-Pac-10 Team in 1995, 1996 Among the best hitting catchers in program history, Tim DeCinces helped lead the Bruins to the 1996 NCAA Central I Regional at the University of Texas. He posted a career .321 batting average in three seasons (1994-1996), belting 37 home runs and collecting 166 RBI. He led all Pac-10 hitters with 23 doubles in 1995 and 18 home runs in 1996. DeCinces ranks fourth on UCLA’s career doubles list (54).

DON SLAUGHT All-Pac-10 Team in 1979, 1980 A three-year letterwinner at UCLA (1977, 1979-1980), Don Slaught was among the Bruins’ most talented hitters during his final two seasons. He batted at a conference-leading .428 clip in 1979, totaling seven home runs, 41 RBI and 38 runs in 45 games as the Bruins’ catcher. In 1980, Slaught batted .292 with four home runs and 34 RBI.

CODY DECKER All-Pac-10 Team in 2007, 2009 Among the conference’s premier power hitters during his four years (2006-2009), Decker led all Pac-10 hitters with 21 home runs in 2009. He earned All-Pac-10 honors in 2007, batting .307 with 14 homers and 57 RBI. As a senior, he batted .322 with 21 homers and 53 RBI. He finished his career sporting a .288 batting average, 47 home runs and 153 RBI.

CHASE UTLEY All-Pac-10 Team in 1999, 2000 Starring as a middle infielder for UCLA from 1998-2000, Chase Utley batted over the .300 plateau with at least 15 home runs in each of his three seasons. He belted 16 home runs as a sophomore (1999) and 22 as a junior (2000). Utley batted .382 with 69 RBI and 81 runs in 2000, helping lead UCLA to an NCAA Super Regional at LSU. He finished his career having batted .342 with 53 home runs, 174 RBI and 182 runs in 179 games.

DENNIS DELANY All-Pac-8 Team in 1976, 1977, 1978 A four-year standout (1975-1978), Dennis Delany led UCLA to the 1976 CIBA title, in addition to second-place finishes in the Pac-8 in 1977 and 1978. As a junior in 1977, Delany posted a team-best .339 batting average, totaling 11 home runs and 37 RBI. The following season, he batted .339 with six homers, 14 doubles and 37 RBI. Delany finished his collegiate career having compiled a .302 batting average.

ERIC VALENT All-Pac-10 Team in 1997, 1998 UCLA’s all-time leader in career home runs (69) and RBI (219), Eric Valent had a sensational three-year career (1996-1998). He batted .339 with 27 home runs and 91 RBI as a sophomore (1997) and followed that season with a .336 average, 30 homers and 73 RBI as a junior (1998). Valent helped lead UCLA to postseason appearances in 1996 and 1997, including the Bruins’ second-ever trip to the College World Series in 1997.

VENOY GARRISON All-Pac-8 Team in 1974, 1975 Venoy Garrison finished his three-year career (1973-1975) having batted .331 with nine home runs, 17 doubles and 68 RBI. He starred behind the plate for UCLA, blossoming during his junior and senior campaigns. In 1974, Garrison batted .345 with 12 doubles. The following year, he batted .344 with seven home runs and 37 RBI.

WES WHISLER All-Pac-10 Team in 2002, 2003 One of UCLA’s best two-way players during the 2000s, Wes Whisler batted .328 with 18 home runs and 46 RBI as a freshman (2002). That season, he went 5-2 with a 4.06 ERA in 84.1 innings. The following year, Whisler batted .310 with nine home runs and 39 RBI. On the mound, he totaled 53 strikeouts in 82.2 innings. Whisler and teammate Adam Berry tied for the Pac-10 lead in home runs (18) during the 2002 season.

TROY GLAUS All-Pac-10 Team in 1996, 1997 Among the most talented power hitters in school history, Troy Glaus capped his three-year career (1995-1997) with a sensational junior season. In 1997, Glaus led the Pac-10 with 34 home runs (single-season school record), batted .409 and drove in 91 runs. As a sophomore in 1996, Glaus batted .352 with 16 home runs, 17 doubles and 50 RBI. He posted career totals of 62 home runs, 180 RBI, 211 runs scored and a .344 batting average.

JOEL WOLFE All-Pac-10 Team in 1990, 1991 A career .348 hitter in three seasons (1989-1991), Joel Wolfe batted at least .320 each year with the Bruins. He batted .320 with two homers and 28 RBI as a freshman. Wolfe batted .376 with 10 home runs and 44 RBI as a sophomore. As a junior, he hit at a .345 clip with six home runs and 47 RBI.

JOHN JOSLYN All-Pac-10 Team in 1985, 1986 A two-year standout for the Bruins (1985-1986), John Joslyn was a key player on UCLA’s 1986 Pac-10 Championship squad. That season, he batted .347 with 18 home runs and 53 RBI as the Bruins hosted an NCAA Regional. In 1985, Joslyn earned the first of his two All-Pac-10 team honors, batting .370 with six home runs and 42 RBI.

PETE ZAMORA All-Pac-10 Team in 1995, 1997 A standout for UCLA both on the mound and at the plate, Pete Zamora went 15-6 with a 4.66 ERA in 48 games (31 starts) while batting .310 with 28 home runs and 152 RBI in three seasons (1995-1997). He batted .379 with 16 home runs and 74 RBI as a junior in 1997, helping lead UCLA to the College World Series as a junior that year.

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 1940 UCLA Baseball Jackie Robinson spent the 1940 season playing baseball at UCLA. Robinson (far left, top row) played his first game on March 10, 1940. He finished his career at UCLA as the school’s first four-sport letterwinner (baseball, football, basketball, track and field).

 Gary Adams UCLA’s all-time winningest head coach (below, center), Gary Adams led the Bruins to the 1997 College World Series. That season, UCLA overcame an early loss in NCAA Regional action by winning its next five games in dominating fashion. Adams played at UCLA from 1959-62.

Bob Andrews   Paul Ellis Shown here being congratulated by his teammtes, Paul Ellis (#19) served as the Bruins’ starting catcher in 1989 and 1990. He was a consensus first-team All-America selection and Diviion I ABCA Player of the Year honoree in 1990.

Playing under head coach Art Reichle, Bob Andrews pitched for UCLA from 1948-50 when the Bruins were members of the CIBA.

 2010 UCLA Baseball The Bruins posted a program-best 51-17 record in 2010, closing the season with UCLA’s first-ever trip to the finals of the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. Anchored by starting pitchers Gerrit Cole, Trevor Bauer and Rob Rasmussen, the Bruins took down Cal State Fullerton in the Super Regionals to advance to the College World Series.


2012 UCLA Baseball  Led by the winningest junior class in school history, the 2012 UCLA Baseball team advanced to their second College World Series in three years. The Bruins swept all three games in the Los Angeles Regional before knocking off TCU in the Los Angeles Super Regional.  Chris Chambliss Chambliss led UCLA to its first-ever College World Series in 1969, posting a team-high .340 batting average with 15 home runs.

 Jim Parque Among the top pitchers in the nation in 1997, Parque posted a career 25-11 record with a 3.55 ERA in 334.2 innings (1995-97). He was an integral member of UCLA’s 1997 College World Series team.

Dan Guerrero  An infielder on UCLA’s baseball team from 1971-73, Guerrero has served as UCLA’s Athletic Director since 2002.

2000 UCLA Baseball  UCLA’s 2000 team advanced to the NCAA Super Regional in Baton Rouge with the help of (left to right) Chase Utley, Chad Cislak and Bill Scott. The Bruins won the 2000 Oklahoma City Regional that spring.

 Garrett Atkins Among the best hitters to ever play at UCLA, Garrett Atkins posted a school freshman season record .383 batting average in 1998. Two years later, Atkins teammed with Chase Utley to lead UCLA to the 2000 NCAA Super Regional at LSU. The Bruins swept three games at the NCAA Oklahoma City Regional.  2007 UCLA Baseball Backed by three standout starting pitching efforts, the 2007 UCLA team swept the NCAA Long Beach Regional, earning its first Super Regional appearance since 2000.

 Todd Zeile One of the premiere major leaguers of the 1990s, Zeile batted .331 with 26 homers and 94 RBI for UCLA from 1984-86. Zeile captured All-Pac-10 team honors in 1986, as UCLA advanced to NCAA Regional action at Jackie Robinson Stadium.


UCLA BASEBALL HISTORY

1944 – CIBA CHAMPIONS 16-12 overall, 5-3 CIBA (1st Place) Led by head coach A.J. Sturzenegger, the 1944 Bruins claimed both the Southern California Interscholastic Baseball Association and the California Interscholastic Association titles. No UCLA team had finished with a first-place league standing since 1924. In the words of Sturzenegger, his 1944 squad was “one of the best fielding and hitting teams of Bruin history.” Team captain and shortstop Bob Brown led UCLA with the bat and anchored the infield before later becoming the president of Major League Baseball’s American League. Pitcher Burt Avedon and catcher Dave Fainer provided the Bruins with a veteran battery combination, while pitcher Nick Russin, outfielders Lyle Palmer and Mike Knauff, and first baseman Jack Myers added some pop to a hard-hitting lineup. Rounding out the infield were third baseman Don Reaume and second baseman Ken Proctor. Warren Hayes was the third member of the outfield. UCLA’s pitching staff revolved around starters Frank Freericks and “Doc Mason,” in addition to Avedon. The bullpen included Sid Gilmore, Baker Garrison, Jack Porter and John Derdivanis. The Bruins ended the season with a four-game win streak, including two over California and two against USC.

1969 – FIRST COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TRIP 42-12-1, 17-4 Pac-8 (1st Place) Led by future major league star Chris Chambliss, the 1969 UCLA baseball team became the first Bruin squad to reach the College World Series. UCLA finished the season with A 42-12-1 record, losing two heartbreakers at the College World Series in extra innings. Chambliss, who played first base, batted .340 and set a then-school record with 15 home runs, including 10 in conference play. Shortstop Gary Sanserino batted .302 with 10 home runs, establishing a then-school record 19 stolen bases. UCLA’s pitching staff was led by sophomore right-hander Rick Pope, who compiled an 8-0 record and a 1.60 ERA in a team-leading 95.1 innings. Senior right-hander Jim York pitched in a team-high 27 games, collecting 70 strikeouts and 24 walks in 60.2 innings. UCLA’s march to Omaha, Neb., in 1969 began with consecutive shutout victories as the Bruins won 16 of their first 17 games. After opening Pac-8 play with back-to-back losses, UCLA won 17 of its final 19 conference games to secure a 17-4 Pac-8 mark. UCLA entered a best-of-three NCAA Regional having won its previous 11 contests, all in Pac-8 play. The Bruins dispatched of Santa Clara in the NCAA Regional, winning by scores of 7-5 and 2-1. In the College World Series, UCLA fell to Tulsa, 6-5, in 10 innings. The Bruins were eliminated the following day, dropping a 2-1 decision in 12 innings to Arizona State.

1944 UCLA BRUINS – standing (left to right): Coach A.J. Sturzenegger, Jack Porter, Bobby Brown, Jack “Moose” Myers, Dave Fainer, Trainer “Ducky” Drake. Kneeling: Warren Hayes, Frank Frericks, Miller, Hal Holman, John Derdivanis, Burt Avedon, Manager Dave Tomlinson. Sitting: Wally Finch, Don Reume, Nick Russin, Lyle Palmer, Ritzman, Mike Knauff. (not pictured: Sid Gilmore).

1975 – 31-22, 7-11 Pac-8 (3rd Place) A new era of UCLA baseball began as former Bruin captain Gary Adams took over the reins in 1975. Adams, who inherited a squad that finished 26-35 in 1974, guided the 1975 Bruins to a 31-22 mark. UCLA began its season with a first start, winning 11 of the first 13 games and compiling a 28-14 record before hitting a late-season slump. A trio of UCLA outfielders – senior Steve Connors and juniors Venoy Garrison and Dave Penniall – led the Bruins at the plate. Garrison posted a teamhigh .344 batting average, collecting seven home runs and 37 RBI in 50 games. Connors had the second-highest average (.306) among UCLA’s everyday players and contributed 12 doubles and 30 RBI in 44 games. Penniall, who transferred from Glendale Junior College that season, batted .301 with nine doubles, three home runs and 35 runs. Junior right-hander Ed Cowan anchored UCLA’s rotation, totaling 109 strikeouts and a 9-3 record in a team-high 121.1 innings.

1976 – 35-25, 16-8 CIBA (1st Place)

Despite winning just one of their first seven games, the 1970 UCLA ballclub posted a winning record and finished second in the Pac-8. reins. Following the opening 1-6 skid, UCLA rebounded to win seven of its next eight games. Early non-conference wins against Cal Poly, San DIego State and Long Beach State boosted the Bruins’ record as UCLA hovered around the .500 plateau most of the spring. Junior shortstop Ralph Punaro led the Bruins in Pac-8 play, posting a .356 average. Sophomore Earl Altshuler registered a .390 batting average in limited action (32-for-82 at the plate).

The 1976 UCLA baseball team captured the program’s first conference title since 1969, defeating crosstown rival USC on the final day of the season to secure the CIBA crown. In a game dubbed “The Miracle of Sawtelle Field”, UCLA defeated the Trojans by scoring three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning. Unfortunately for the 1976 Bruins, the CIBA champion did not earn an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament, and UCLA was not invited to play in Region 8 postseason play as an at-large selection (Northern Colorado earned an at-large berth). A school-record six Bruins earned All-CIBA Team honors after the season. Junior Robbie Henderson led all Bruin regulars with a .302 average, swatted nine home runs, and finished in a three-way tie for the team lead with 37 RBI. UCLA’s starting rotation featured seniors Steve Bianchi (5-3, 3.86) and Ed Cowan (10-2, 3.50) and sophomore Tim O’Neill (7-4, 3.21). Speed on the basepaths emerged as a pivotal weapon for the Bruins that spring, as UCLA swiped a then-school record 125 bases (later broken in 1992).

1971 – 38-17, 11-6 Pac-8 (3rd Place)

1977 – 31-30, 10-8 Pac-8 (2nd Place)

The 1971 season marked the fourth season in UCLA’s last five in which the Bruins won 35 games or more. UCLA won 10 of its first 15 games that spring, posting a 13-0 shutout victory against Cal Poly Pomona in the season opener. Two days later, UCLA routed the College of Sequoias, 30-0. The Bruins opened Pac-8 play winning three of the first four contests, including a win at home against Stanford followed by two victories against California. UCLA continued rolling through their conference late in May, posting two-game series sweeps at Washington and Washington State.

After losing 12 lettermen from the 1976 team, UCLA surprised many by finishing with a respectable 31-30 mark. The Bruins recorded three-game series sweeps in Pac-8 play against California and Stanford before finishing their conference slate at 10-8. Catcher Dennis Delany and outfielder Dave Baker helped provide the most power in UCLA’s lineup that spring. Delany registered 11 homers and 37 RBI, while sporting a team-best .339 average, and Baker belted 10 homers and compiled a team-leading 43 RBI. UCLA’s pitching staff registered a combined 4.14 ERA, as junior right-handers Tim O’Neill and Floyd Chiffer led the way. O’Neill went 6-7 with a 4.00 ERA, posting team-highs of 62 strikeouts and 117.0 innings. Chiffer compiled a 5-2 mark, totaling 61 strikeouts in 86.2 innings.

THE 1970s – 330-248-2 (.571) 1970 – 26-24-1, 8-7 Pac-8 (3rd Place)

1972 – 32-33-1, 4-14 Pac-8 (4th Place) UCLA’s 1972 ballclub featured a mid-season nine-game win streak quickly followed by a nine-game losing skid. After hovering near .500 through the first 14 games, the Bruins won 14 of their next 15 to boast a 20-8-1 ledger by March 23. UCLA hit an April swoon, dropping 19 of its next 23 games and sending its record to a pedestrian 24-26-1. Senior outfielder Earl Altshuler led the Bruins at the plate with a .379 batting average along with six home runs, 33 RBI and 45 runs. UCLA’s pitching staff posted a 3.79 team ERA as Steve Smith (1.69 ERA, 63.2 IP), Gary Robson (2.84 ERA, 107.2 IP) and Bruce Baranick (3.05 ERA, 62.0 IP) led the club on the bump.

1973 – 29-24, 7-11 Pac-8 (3rd Place) The Bruins opened 1973 with wins in 11 of their first 16 games, boasting a 26-13 mark midway through conference play. UCLA took two of three games from Stanford at Sawtelle Field and picked up a series victory at California later that month. The Bruins improved their resume, notching non-conference wins over Pepperdine, Cal State L.A., UC Santa Barbara and Cal Poly Pomona. However, the Bruins good fortune ran out in May, as UCLA dropped 11 of its final 14 contests. Bill Hobbs and Tim Doerr led the Bruins offensively – Hobbs batted .356 and Doerr hit at a .348 clip. Bob Adams led the club with 13 home runs, 48 RBI and 10 stolen bases.

1978 – 39-20, 9-9 Pac-8 (2nd Place) The “Baby Bruins” showed signs of maturity, as UCLA finished with 39 wins, the fifth-highest win total in school history (second-highest at the time). The Bruins returned 16 letterwinners and finished second in the conference for the second straight season. UCLA narrowly missed earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament. In a one-game Pac-8 Conference playoff game at Stanford’s Sunken Diamond, Washington State clubbed a three-run walkoff homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to end UCLA’s season. The Bruins were able to force the one-game playoff by salvaging the final game of a three-game series against USC in the final contest of the regular season. After dropping the series opener, 1-0, and losing the second game, 7-6, UCLA responded by edging the Trojans, 9-8. Individual highlights that season included right-hander Floyd Chiffer’s dominant senior campaign. Chiffer, who posted the the lowest ERA in Pac-8 competition (1.60), finished the year with an 11-3 record and 84 striekouts in a team-best 120.0 innings. Sophomore right-hander Tim Leary went 5-5 in 17 games (13 starts), recording a team-best 88 strikeouts and a 3.42 ERA in 94.2 innings. Offensively, UCLA stole 101 bases, the fifth-highest total in school history. Junior outfielder Mike Carpenter catalyzed UCLA at the plate with a team-leading .343 batting average and 36 stolen bases.

1979 – 43-18, 21-9 Pac-10 (1st Place)

1974 – 26-35, 7-11 Pac-8 (4th Place) In the final year of his 30-year tenure at UCLA, head coach Arthur Reichle led the 1974 Bruins to a fourthplace Pac-8 finish. After opening the season 0-11, the Bruins rebounded to win 11 games in a 14-game window through February and March. Midway through April, UCLA crawled to within three games of the .500 mark (21-24) with series sweeps of Gonzaga and Stanford. In Pac-8 play, the Bruins rolled to series victories against California and Stanford. Second baseman Mike Edwards led UCLA with 14 home runs, 42 RBI and 12 stolen bases. Steve Bianchi posted a 9-4 Arthur Reichle record, totaling 52 strikeouts in a team-high (head coach 1941, 1946-74) 96.2 innings.

With the addition of Arizona and Arizona State to the conference, the Pac-10 Southern Division (6-Pac) became the toughest league in college baseball. The frustrations of 1977 and 1978 were erased, as UCLA cruised through the conference and earned the automatic playoff berth as Pac10 Champions. UCLA recorded its best record since 1969 and competed in the West Regional at Fresno State, finishing second to eventual NCAA Champion Cal State Fullerton. The Bruins won their first three games to earn a berth in the finals before losing a doubleheader to Cal State Fullerton. Highlights of the season included UCLA’s first-ever three game sweep of USC and being ranked No. 1 in the nation by Collegiate Baseball. The Bruins rewrote the school record book, led by Sporting News All-America selections Tim Leary and Jim Auten. Leary set then-school records with 145.2 innings, 12 wins, and eight conference wins (since tied). He was the second player picked in the 1979 MLB Draft, the highest pick in school history. Auten set a then-NCAA record with 29 home runs and established a then-school record with 78 RBI. Catcher Don Slaught, who was selected an Academic All-American along with Leary, broke the UCLA batting average record and won the Pac-10 batting title with a .428 overall mark. The Bruins set a school record with a .320 overall batting average (that record was broken in 1997). UCLA had eight players taken in the MLB draft, the highest total in the nation that season. Six of those eight later saw action in the big leagues.

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UCLA BASEBALL HISTORY

THE 1980s – 317-278-6 (.532)

1985 – 34-30-1, 13-17 Pac-10 (5th Place)

1980 – 31-22-3, 15-15 Pac-10 (3rd Place) Despite having to replace two All-Americans (Tim Leary, Jim Auten) from their 1979 team, the 1980 Bruins managed to compete for the Pac-10 title until the season’s final weekend. Due to unfinished construction at Jackie Robinson Stadium, the Bruins practiced on the school’s intramural field and played their “home” games at Pepperdine in 1980. UCLA compiled a winning record for the sixth straight season, finishing two games behind conference co-champions California and Arizona. The pitching staff posted a 3.55 ERA, as UCLA won eight of its final 10 games, including wins in the season’s final three games against USC. Junior right-hander Eric Broersma hurled two complete games, going 10-2 with a team-low 2.24 ERA in 17 games (14 starts). Senior left-hander Herb Fauland tallied a team-best 10 saves, recording 40 strikeouts and a 2.91 ERA in 58.2 innings. Six Bruins were selected in the MLB Draft that year, including second-rounder Matt Young (Seattle).

1981 – 21-35, 7-23 Pac-10 (6th Place) The good news was that UCLA opened up newly built Jackie Robinson Stadium in 1981, but the bad news was that the Bruins suffered through their first losing season since 1974. UCLA’s 21-man traveling roster featured seven freshmen that season. Outfielder Vince Beringhele had a strong freshman campaign, finishing second on the team with a .337 average. He totaled three homers, 22 RBI and 39 runs and drew a team-high 45 walks. First baseman Greg Norman provided the power, registering team-highs with nine home runs, 47 RBI and 42 runs. Senior outfielder David Montanari led the Bruins with a .374 average, starting all but two contests. UCLA won 11 of its final 21 games, including a conference series victory at Stanford.

1982 – 38-27, 11-19 Pac-10 (4th Place) In 1982, UCLA rebounded with its seventh winning season in eight years, finishing 11 games over the .500 plateau. UCLA jumped out to a 13-1 start, rising as high as No. 3 in national polls. The Bruins won 17 of their first 21 games before finishing the season with 21 wins in their final 44 contests. The team’s early-season success was fueled by a 10-game win streak in February. Midway through the spring, UCLA dropped out of the polls before finishing fourth in the Pac-10. Outfielder Brian Graham earned All-Pac-10 Southern Division Team accolades, having logged team highs in batting average (.337), hits (85), stolen bases (22) and at-bats (251). Outfielder Vince Beringhele followed his successful freshman campaign with an equally strong sophomore season, batting .338 with three home runs, 13 doubles and 61 RBI. Senior left-hander Colin Ward led the starting pitchers with a 4.51 ERA in a team-high 121.2 innings.

1983 – 28-24-1, 12-18 Pac-10 (5th Place) UCLA finished fifth in the Pac-10’s Southern Division after having improved its conference win total by one game. The Bruins batted at a combined .320, tying the then-school record. Outfielder Shane Mack had a strong sophomore campaign, leading UCLA with a .419 batting average, the second highest single-season mark in program history at the time (currently, fourth). Mack, a future major league ballplayer, earned first-team All-America honors from Baseball America and the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), after leading the Bruins in home runs (11), RBI (60), hits (88), runs (54) and total bases (138). UCLA sustained a winning record throughout the season, reaching as high as nine wins over .500 twice (17-8-1). The Bruins won two of three Pac-10 games at Arizona State in March and captured four wins in five games against California. Sophomore right-hander Jeff Pries tossed two complete game shutouts, a feat that would not be duplicated by a UCLA pitcher until 2008 (Tim Murphy). Pries finished the season with a 7-6 record and 4.46 ERA in 19 games (18 starts).

1984 – 28-32, 8-22 Pac-10 (6th Place) For the second straight spring, junior Shane Mack’s phenomenal play highlighted UCLA’s season. Mack captured first-team All-America honors for the second consecutive year before leading the USA Olympic Baseball Team to a silver-medal finish at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Mack finished UCLA’s 1984 campaign with a team-leading 16 home runs and 36 RBI, hitting at a .352 clip. Despite the team’s vaunted “Mack Attack,” UCLA finished 28-32 with a sixth-place finish in the Pac-10’s Southern Division, marking just the second losing season in head coach Gary Adams’ 15 years at the helm. Right-hander Jeff Pries followed his strong sophomore season with a valient effort as a junior, hurling three complete games (including one shutout) while logging a 5-5 record and 4.01 ERA in 15 games (14 starts).

UCLA finished the season with a winning record, as the Bruins were bolstered by the strong play of sophomore catcher Todd Zeile, junior designated hitter John Joslyn and junior first baseman Gary Berman. Zeile assumed starting catching duties and finished the season with a .333 average in 54 games, totaling a team-high 12 home runs. Joslyn led UCLA with a .370 average in 57 games, and Berman batted .301 in a team-high 232 at-bats. Season highlights included winning four of six games from College World Series participant Arizona, capturing five of six games from USC, defeating Arizona State for the first time in 15 tries (winning a three-game series in Los Angeles), and knocking then-No. 1 Stanford out of the top spot by winning one and losing two close games at Sunken Diamond in Palo Alto, Calif. UCLA concluded its regular season with seven wins in its final 10 contests.

1986 – 39-23, 21-9 Pac-10 (1st Place) The Pac-10 title returned to UCLA for the first time since 1979, as the Bruins captured the 1986 conference crown with a 21-9 Pac-10 mark. UCLA’s 1984 freshman class that had been rated as the nation’s No. 2 recruiting class by Collegiate Baseball (Torey Lovullo, Todd Zeile, Steve Hisey, Bill Wenrick, and Dana Ridenour) matured to help produce a conference champion. Jackie Robinson Stadium served as host for the NCAA West Regional, where the Bruins dropped their first two postseason games. Loyola Marymount emerged as the Regional Champion, defeating Hawaii to secure a berth in the College World Series. After 35 games, UCLA owned a 7-4 Pac-10 record and a 22-13 overall mark. The Bruins won 11 of their final Eric Karros, a three-year Bruin 13 regular-season games, including their letterwinner (1986-88), set the last seven. Lovullo captured Pac-10 Co-Player Los Angeles Dodgers’ career home of the Year honors with Sanchez after totaling run record with 270 round-trippers. 16 home runs and 65 RBI while posting a .317 batting average. Sanchez led all Pac-10 pitchers with a 16-3 overall record, including an 8-1 mark against Pac-10 foes. He struck out 142 batters in 139.1 innings, the top mark in the conference that spring. In Pac-10 play, Sanchez won his last seven decisions, throwing a complete game victory against each conference team. For the first time in seven seasons, UCLA led the Pac-10 in home runs (103). The Bruins’ “Bomb Squad” (pictured below) featured five players who belted 10 or more home runs – Nos. 2 through 6 in the lineup consisted of Torey Lovullo (16), Billy Haselman (11), John Joslyn (18), Steve Hisey (14) and catcher Todd Zeile (13).

1987 – 40-25-1, 16-14 Pac-10 (2nd Place) UCLA finished second in the Pac-10’s Southern Division, going 40-25-1 with an appearance in the the NCAA West II Regional Final at Arizona State. The Bruins soared as high as 19 games over .500 at several points in the spring before playing five games in NCAA Regional play. UCLA advanced to the Regional Final against host Arizona State with a series-opening victory against Hawaii, 12-11. Following a 9-3 loss to the Sun Devils one day later, UCLA registered two wins in one day – versus Hawaii (16-7) and Pepperdine (21-5) – to force a winner-take-all contest against Arizona State. The Sun Devils ended the Bruins’ season before over 8,000 fans with a 14-4 win on May 25. Senior Torey Lovullo became the first player in conference history to repeat as Pac-10 Player of the Year. The Bruins’ veteran second baseman also became the program’s first-ever consensus All-America selection (ABCA, Baseball America, Sporting News). Lovullo broke the then-school career records in at-bats (856), hits (266), runs (211), home runs (51), RBI (188) and walks (180, still stands as UCLA record). That spring, UCLA led the Pac-10 in home runs, breaking the previous league record with 116 round-trippers. The Bruins also tied a then-NCAA record with 10 grand slams. By season’s end, Billy Haselman (Texas) and Alex Sanchez (Toronto) were both selected in the first round of the MLB Draft.

1988 – 31-28, 12-18 Pac-10 (5th Place) Limited pitching depth hindered UCLA from making its third straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1988. The Bruins finished with a 5.30 team ERA and narrowly missed a third-consecutive postseason berth, as fourth-place USC advanced to NCAA Regional play with a 13-17 conference mark. UCLA won eight of its first 10 games, pushing its ledger to 28-20 late in the season. Senior left-hander Mike Magnante compiled a 14-4 overall record and 3.93 ERA in a team-high 137.1 innings, earning AllPac-10 team honors and Academic All-America accolades. Junior first baseman Eric Karros Karros used a terrific second half to establish a then-single-season record of 100 hits. The future major leaguer posted team-highs with a .415 average, 17 home runs and 54 RBI. Karros won the Pac-10 batting crown and earned All-Pac-10 honors before being selected in the sixth round of the 1988 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

1989 – 27-32, 10-20 Pac-10 (5th Place)

The 1986 UCLA baseball team advanced to the NCAA Western Regional after sweeping Arizona State and USC in May. Starring on the ‘86 squad (left to right) included Steve Hisey, Todd Zeile, Bill Haselman, Torey Lovullo and John Joslyn.

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UCLA dropped its first eight Pac-10 games and never recovered in the spring of 1989. In just the third losing season in the Adams’ era, injuries and illnesses took a toll on the Bruins, as 14 of 27 players missed at least one week of action due to illness or injury. One of the most devastating losses was Charlie Fiacco, the team’s home run and RBI leader. Fiacco missed the final 18 games with torn ligaments in his right knee. The pitching staff’s 4.54 ERA marked the ballclub’s lowest since 1980, when the Bruins compiled a 3.55 mark. UCLA’s 113 steals were the most by a Bruin ballclub since 1976, when UCLA recorded 120 steals. Six Bruins finished the season with at least 10 stolen bases, as Robbie Katzaroff led the way on the basepaths for UCLA, swiping 33 bases.


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THE 1990s – 331-282-1 (.540) 1990 – 41-26, 14-16 Pac-10 (4th Place) A season full of surprises, UCLA’s 1990 campaign marked just the fourth 40-win season in program history at the time (two since). Ranked in just one preseason poll (No. 20 by The Sporting News), UCLA compiled 41 wins, its most in one season since 1979. The Bruins finished third in the six-team Midwest Regional at WIchita State, losing to eventual regional champion Georgia Southern, 5-4, on the final day of the tournament. A starting rotation that featured Dave Zancanaro, Tim Lindsay and Pete Janicki developed into one of the top Pac-10 staffs. Zancanaro led the club with 11 wins and eliminated defending NCAA Champion Wichita State on its home field in the Midwest Regional. Lindsay led the club in starts (20), complete games (7) and innings pitched (149.0). His innings total led the Pac-10 and set a new UCLA record that would be eclipsed two years later by Janicki. One of the team’s hottest pitchers down the stretch, Janicki won his final eight decisions and earned Freshman All-America honors from Baseball America. Paul Ellis, Chris Pritchett, and Joel Wolfe formed the “Awesome Threesome.” Ellis, the 1990 Pac-10 Co-Player of the Year, enjoyed a dream season by leading the nation with 29 home runs and tying the school record set by Jim Auten in 1979. He set a school record with 83 RBI, only to have that record broken one year later by Ryan McGuire. Ellis became only the second player in league history to hit at least one home run in every Pac-10 ballpark (Mike Sodders of Arizona State had done so in 1981). After the season, Ellis became the second player in school history to earn consensus AllAmerica honors (first-team All-America from Baseball America, The Sporting News and the American Baseball Coaches Association). The ABCA named Ellis the Division I College Baseball Player of the Year.

1991 – 29-30, 13-17 Pac-10 (4th Place) The 1991 Bruins had terrific performances at the Olive Garden Classic (Kissimmee, Fla.) and at the Oscar Mayer Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.). UCLA won the tournament in Florida the second week of Februrary and finished in a three-way tie at the Oscar Mayer Classic during the final weekend in March. For the first time in program history, the Bruins swept Stanford at Sunken Diamond. The Bruins did not accomplish the feat again until the Pac-10 series opener in 2007. Joel Wolfe helped key UCLA’s offense, leading the team with a .345 batting average and 35 stolen bases, a single-season total that ranked second at the time. Chris Pritchett led UCLA with 18 home runs and 57 RBI before earning first-team All-Pac-10 accolades at the end of the season.

1992 – 37-26, 14-16 Pac-10 (3rd Place) In a season filled with surprises, UCLA finished in a tie for third place in the Pac-10’s Southern Division after having been selected to finish last (sixth) in the conference’s preseason poll. Ranked in the top 25 through much of the season, UCLA closed the year with an NCAA Mideast Regional berth at Mississippi State. In Starkville, Miss., the Bruins came within one game of reaching the College World Series. After a dropping their first game to Oklahoma, the Bruins reboudned with wins over Clemson (6-5) and Yale (8-0). The Bruins defeated host Mississippi State, 3-2, to advance to the championship game, where they were shut down own by Oklahoma, 10-0. UCLA’s regular-season schedule hedule featured 34 games came against teams which advanced to the postseason. Five of six Pac-10 ac-10 Southern Division teams advanced to NCAA Regionals. UCLA’s offense was led by freshman hman All-American Mike Mitchell (.351, 12 HR, 36 6 RBI) and All Pac-10 selection David Roberts (.331, 85 hits, 36 6 SB). Veterans Ryan McGuire (.316, 14 HR, 61 RBI) and Michael ichael Moore (.338, 8 HR, 14 SB) impressed throughout the 1992 campaign. Pete Janicki led UCLA on the mound, earning Pac-10 ac-10 Pitcher of the Year accolades with a 9-4 record, 3.53 ERA A and 150 strikeouts. Gabe Sollecito made an impact as a sophomore omore om ore (transfer), setting a school single-season record with 12 saves.

1993 – 37-23, 17-13 Pac-10 (2nd Place) ce)) UCLA made its third postseason trip in four years, advancing anccing to the NCAA Central I Regional at Texas A&M. After victories tories ies over Lamar and North Carolina, the Bruins were eliminated nated with losses to Texas A&M and North Carolina. Consensus ensus All-America selection and Pac-10 Player of the Year Ryan R an Ry McGuire recorded a .376 batting average, totaling ngg 26 26 home runs, 91 RBI, 71 runs and 14 stolen bases. On the mound, McGuire posted a 3-0 record, d, tw twoo saves, 29 strikeouts and a team-best 1.73 ERA in 26.0 innings. Third baseman Adam Melhusee andd second baseman David Ravitz both gained All-Pac-10 honors after having banner seasons. Melhuse elhusee batted .344 with 10 home runs and 50 RBI. Ravitz hit .324 with six home runs and a team-leading eading ng 19 doubles, establishing a school single-season record with 15 doubles in Pac-10 play. Outfielder fieldeer David Roberts was one of four position players to play in all 60 games, batting .296 with 28 stole stolen en bases in 36 attempts. Staff ace Tim Kubinski led UCLA with an 11-3 record, posting a 4.03 ERA and A an nd totaling 86 strikeouts and four complete games. Jon Van Zandt served as UCLA’s second starter ter on the weekend, leading the Bruins with five complete games, going 7-7 with a 5.70 ERA in 17 games. ames. es. Gabe Sollecito split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, finishing the season with with a 4-3 record, nine saves and a 3.94 ERA. Dave Roberts (1991-94) owns the single-season and career stolen bases records with 45 steals in 1994 and 109 overall.

1994 – 22-36, 11-19 Pac-10 (5th Place) The Bruins opened the 1994 season by losing seven of their first 11 games. UCLA inched closer ser to respectability, going 15-14 down the stretch, including six wins in their final eight games. Senior David Roberts became UCLA’s career stolen bases leader (109), collecting a school single-season record eccord or with 45. Roberts led all Bruins that spring with a .353 batting average and secured All-Pac-10 TTeam eam honors for the third consecutive season. The future major league outfielder led the conference in stolen bases for a third straight year. Catcher Tim DeCinces earned Freshman All-America honors, batting atting .305 with six home runs, a team-best 48 RBI and 15 doubles. Junior first baseman Mike Mitchell hell hit at a .339 clip with a team-leading 12 home runs, 19 doubles and 46 RBI. Brian Stephenson headed eaded the weekend rotation, going 5-5 with a 4.97 ERA in 105.0 innings.

1995 – 29-28, 12-18 Pac-10 (5th Place) UCLA’s 1995 ballclub managed just six wins in its final 17 games, eliminating the team from postseason eason contention. A sweep over UNLV in the season’s final weekend helped push UCLA’s mark above .500. Sophomore catcher Tim DeCinces led UCLA with a .315 average, 13 home runs and 51 RBI. BI. He secured All-Pac-10 Team honors and earned second-team Smith Super Team accolades. Freshman hman right fielder Eric Byrnes, an All-Pac-10 Team selection and freshman All-America honoree (Baseball seball

America, Collegiate Baseball) batted .324 with nine home runs and 18 stolen bases. Freshman first baseman and pitcher Peter Zamora was named an All-Pac-10 Team selection, hitting .295 with six home runs and 48 RBI. The top freshman two-way player belted game-winning home runs on consecutive days against Arizona (April 14, 15). Additionally, he logged a 2.76 ERA on the mound, going 3-3 with five saves. Junior third baseman Zak Ammirato finished the season riding a 19-game hitting streak. The pitching staff was led by freshman left-hander Jim Parque, who struck out 84 batters in 90 innings, placing him second in the Pac-10 in strikeouts per nine innings.

1996 – 36-28, 16-14 Pac-10 (3rd Place) UCLA advanced farther than any West Coast ballclub in 1996, falling one game short of a trip to the College World Series. The Bruins opened the year with a preseason No. 10 ranking before rising to as high as No. 4 after a 14-6 start. UCLA opened Pac-10 play with consecutive home series wins over Stanford and California and had won four of five conference series by the end March. The Bruins opened their April slate with a sweep at California, dropped two of three games at home to Arizona and salvaged two games in a three-game set against Arizona State. A win at Nevada on the final day of the regular season snapped a five-game losing streak, and the Bruins opened the NCAA Central I Regional at the University of Texas as a No. 4 seed. At Texas, UCLA upset the host Longhorns in both teams’ regional opener with southpaw Jim Parque on the hill. The Bruins received key at-bats from third baseman Zak Ammirato and junior catcher Tim DeCinces. After dropping game two to Southwest Missouri State, UCLA rallied twice the next day with wins over Sam Houston State (10-8) and Southwest Missouri State (9-4, 10 inn.). In the latter contest, the Bruins rallied with two runs in the eighth inning on an Ammirato homer, handing UCLA a 4-3 advantage, before Southwest Missouri State tied the contest in the ninth and loaded the bases with two outs. Junior Kevin Sheredy escaped the ninth-inning jam, and in extra innings junior outfielder Jon Heinrichs tripled home one run before DeCinces belted a grand slam. Miami upended the Bruins the following night in the Regional Final, 8-4. DeCinces caught fire in his final month as a Bruin, batting .500 (30-for-60) with nine home runs. Infielder Troy Glaus capped a memorable sophomore season with a .352 average, 16 home runs and 50 RBI before heading to the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Parque finished the season 9-3 with a 3.72 ERA and 116 strikeouts.

1997 – 45-21-1, 19-11 Pac-10 (2nd Place) – CWS APPEARANCE The players from UCLA’s highly-regarded 1995 recruiting class all had experience under their belts, as the Bruins opened their 1997 campaign ranked No. 2 in Collegiate Baseball’s preseason poll. By season’s end, UCLA had advanced to the College World Series for the second time in school history (first time since 1969) and set single-season program records with 45 wins (since broken), 142 home runs and 631 runs. The Bruins overcame an early upset to Harvard in the Midwest Regional by sweeping their final five games to advance to Omaha, Neb. UCLA’s march to Omaha began with a bang – the Bruins won 20 of their first 23 games, amassing a 20-2-1 record entering the month of March. With a powerful batting lineup bolstered by juniors Troy Glaus, Eric Byrnes, Peter Zamora and Nick Theodorou and sophomore Eric Valent, UCLA slugged its way to a 19-11 Pac-10 mark, good enough for a second-place finish. After opening conference play by winning two of three games against Arizona State, UCLA swept the Hormel Foods Classic at the Metrodome (Minneapolis, Minn.), posting double-digit run total in each of three games. UCLA entered as the top-seeded team in the NCAA Midwest Regional, boasting a 40-18-1 regularseason record. After dropping their first game to Harvard, 7-2, the Bruins responded in grand fashion. UCLA won five “must-win” games with several lopsided final scores. After crushing Ohio, 15-1, the Bruins edged Tennessee, 5-3. In a rematch against Harvard, UCLA won 14-9 before making a statement against host Oklahoma State on May 25. Playing at OSU’s Reynolds Stadium the Bruins punched their ticket to Omaha with a 14-2 victory in the afternoon before winning, 22-2, that evening. Valent earned NCAA Regional MVP honors after having blasted six home runs in six games. Theodorou compiled one of the most electric performances in NCAA Tournament history, going 16-for-24 with eight runs, five RBI and five walks in six games (.714 on-base percentage). UCLA came up short in Omaha, dropping its two contests in the College World Series. In the team’s opener, the Bruins overcame a late 3-1 deficit, tying the contest with two runs in the bottom of the ninth to force extra innings. Playing as the visiting team, Miami broke the tie with a four-run 12th inning to advance in the winner’s bracket. Two days later, UCLA lost an elimination game to Mississippi State, 7-5. Byrnes and Theodorou each had two hits in both College World Series games. Five Bruins earned All-America honors and seven players captured All-Pac-10 Team accolades. Glaus was named Pac-10 Player of the Year, compiling a team-best .409 average with a conference-leading 34 home runs. Glaus also established the Pac-10 single-season total bases record (227). Senior Jon Heinrichs was the top leadoff hitter in the nation, totaling 28 homers and 79 RBI. On the mound, Parque (13-2, 3.08 ERA) and sophomore Tom Jacquez (10-4, 3.06 ERA) provided one of the nation’s most powerful 1-2 punches. The left-handed Zamora performed best down the stretch, finishing with a 6-2 overall mark. Junior Jake Meyer tallied eight saves, and freshman Rob Henkel recorded 49 strikeouts in 41.2 innings as UCLA’s primary setup reliever. UCLA earned its Troy Glaus, a three-year Bruin first No. 1 ranking by Collegiate Baseball letterwinner (1995-97), belted a since 1979 and captured its first-ever No. single-season school record 34 1 ranking by Baseball America after winning home runs as a junior in 1997, all three contests at the Hormel Foods Classic leading UCLA to the College on March 2. World Series.

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2001 – 30-27, 9-15 Pac-10 (7th Place)

The 1998 Bruins welcomed the top-ranked incoming class, as rated by Collegiate Baseball. Freshman pitchers accounted for 67 percent (328.2 IP) of the team’s total innings, as the Bruins’ weekend rotation (Ryan Carter, Chad Cislak and Paul Diaz) and the team’s closer (Bobby Roe) consisted exclusively of freshmen. While the Bruins welcomed back seniors Eric Byrnes and Nick Theodorou, both key contributors to UCLA’s run to the 1997 College World Series, the team managed to win just 11 of its first 33 games. Among the season’s highlights included junior Eric Valent capturing Pac-10 Player of the Year honors. Valent also secured first-team All-America acclaim from four publications, totaling a team-leading 30 home runs and batting .336. Freshmen Garrett Atkins and Chase Utley each had sensation rookie campaigns in Westwood. Atkins set a school record with a 33-game hitting streak, and his .383 batting average was the highest-ever by a freshman at UCLA. Utley set the school’s freshman season record with 15 home runs, and left-hander Bobby Roe set a UCLA freshman season record with seven saves.

UCLA shook off an 0-2 start in 2001 to reel off eight consecutive wins, highlighted by a 4-3 victory over No. 1 USC (Feb. 16). Before a regional television audience, junior Adam Berry smashed a game-winning, three-run home run to left with UCLA down to its final strike. The Bruins rolled through their non-conference schedule, then knocked off top-ranked Stanford at Sunken Diamond in the first game of a Pac-10 series to improve to 21-9 overall. A series win at home against Washington (April 12-14) brought UCLA back to .500 in Pac-10 play and pushed the team’s overall record to 25-12. The season’s turning point came in the opening game of a road trip at No. 1 Cal State Fullerton (April 18). UCLA let an eight-run lead slip away, before Cal State Fullerton claimed an 11-10 win in 14 innings. The Bruins went 0-8 on the road trip, having been swept by Kansas State and USC. UCLA broke its mid-season skid by winning the rematch with Cal State Fullerton (May 9), by a 9-3 margin for the team’s third victory over a No. 1-ranked team that year. Senior Brian Baron registered a school-record .443 batting average and collected 105 hits, earning first-team All-America honors from Baseball Weekly, Collegiate Baseball and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association. Junior Josh Karp led the pitching staff in victories (5), innings (80.0) and strikeouts (92), before being selected sixth overall in the first round Gary Adams served as UCLA’s head coach of the 2001 MLB Draft. Sophomore Kevin from 1975-2004, totaling 984 victories and Jerkens topped the Pac-10 with 31 relief 169 MLB draft selections in his 30 years. appearances.

1999 – 31-31, 13-11 Pac-10 (Tie – 3rd Place) The Bruins’ 1999 campaign began with several milestones, as head coach Gary Adams recorded his 800th career victory on Feb. 6 and his 1,000th career win on March 13. Other highlights included sophomore right-hander Jon Brandt striking out 17 batters in a loss to McNeese State (Feb. 12) and sophomore left fielder Bill Scott setting school records with four homers, 11 RBI and 17 total bases at Washington (March 30). UCLA’s tide turned after the team suffered its eight straight loss at California (April 2). The next day, the Bruins won 13-10, scoring nine runs in the top of the ninth. Consecutive wins at No. 10 Arkansas (April 6, 7) and sweeps of Arizona State (April 16-18), for the first time since 1986, and Washington State (April 23-25), helped propel UCLA within striking distance of an NCAA Tournament berth. UCLA finished the regular season tied for third place in the Pac-10, earning a berth in the NCAA Wichita Regional (first year of Super Regional format). Freshman right-hander Josh Karp pitched brilliantly in his playoff debut, and Scott homered for the seventh consecutive game (school record and tie for Pac-10 reecord) as UCLA beat Oklahoma State, 12-6. The next day, injured ace Jon Brandt went the distance in a 4-2 loss to host Wichita State. Forced to rematch Oklahoma State later that day, the Bruins fell to the eventual regional champs, 17-10, despite Scott’s two home runs. Scott finished the season leading UCLA with a .380 batting average, 28 home runs, 86 RBI and a staggering .806 slugging percentage. Karp went 8-3 on the season with a 4.26 ERA, collecting 109 strikeouts in 107.1 innings.

THE 2000s – 298-298 (.500) 2000 – 38-26, 17-7 Pac-10 (Three-way tie – 1st Place) In the spring of 2000, UCLA captured its first Pac-10 title since 1986 and advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals in the second year of college baseball’s new postseason format. Led by All-America selections Garrett Atkins, Bill Scott, Chase Utley and Forrest Johnson, the Bruins began their 2000 campaign in grand style, as first baseman Eric Reece became the first UCLA ballplayer to hit for the cycle on Opening Day. UCLA won six of its first seven games and was ranked as high as No. 2 in the national polls. After a slump that saw UCLA lose nine of 10 contests, the Bruins fought back to win 20 of their next 25 games. In that 25-game span, left-hander Rob Henkel set a UCLA record by striking out 16 batters in consecutive appearances (against Bradley and Harvard) to earn National Player of the Week honors. Henkel fanned a school-record 18 batters in the team’s Pac-10 opener against Washington, capturing National Player of the Week honors again. The Huskies snapped UCLA’s eightgame win streak, but the Bruins continued to cruise with wins in nine of their next 11 games. UCLA continued its Pac-10 slate with a threegame series victory against USC, salvaging the second and third contests at home. In game two, UCLA routed the Trojans, 15-5, on national television (April 8). Karp pitched a three-hitter, notching a career-high 12 strikeouts. Against Arizona State (April 22), he limited the heavy-hitting Sun Devils to two hits through 7.1 innings. Utley hit two home runs to lead the Bruins, 13-3, in their only win over Arizona State. Scott drove in a team-high eight RBI against Washington State (April 30), going 4-for-6 with two homers and one triple in a 14-1 rout. UCLA belted six round-trippers against California (May 6). After sweeping Arizona (may 13-15), UCLA secured a share of the Pac-10 title on May 19, defeating Stanford, 10-9 before a record crowd at Sunken Diamond. The Bruins scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh, tying the game (9-9) on home runs by Utley and Jim Hemming. Scott scored the gamewinning run on a bases loaded wild pitch in the ninth. UCLA registered a 17-7 Pac-10 record and a share of the conference title with Stanford and Arizona State.

Chase Utley, a three-year Bruin letterwinner (1998-2000), totaled 53 home runs and 174 RBI at UCLA.

In postseason play, UCLA swept the Oklahoma City Regional, defeating Delaware, 13-12, in the opening game, before routing Oklahoma on back-to-back days. LSU awaited the Bruins at the NCAA Super Regionals in Baton Rouge, La., and the Tigers silenced UCLA’s offense. In game one, LSU blanked the Bruins, 10-0. In the elimination game, the Bruins rallied from a 10-0 deficit, clawing to within four runs (12-8). LSU advanced to Omaha with an eventual 14-8 victory. Scott and Utley both secured first-team All-America honors, and five Bruins were named to the All-Pac-10 Team.

2002 – 26-35, 9-15 Pac-10 (Tie – 7th Place) UCLA opened its 2002 season with a loss to UC Irvine’s reinstated baseball program before winning two of three contests each against Gonzaga and Florida Atlantic. The series with Florida Atlantic began a five-game winning streak, including a three-game sweep at Hawaii-Hilo. UCLA won six of nine games through the first two weeks of March, including two wins at 2001 College World Series participant Tulane. Having hovered near the .500 plateau through the first 25 games, the Bruins entered a six-game skid, from which they never recovered. UCLA pulled its record to 25-29 with two weeks to go in the season before closing the year 26-35. Outfielder Adam Berry and first baseman Wes Whisler led the Pac-10 with 18 home runs. In fact, Whisler set the school record for home runs in a season by a freshman. Berry was named a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Award, an honor awarded to the nation’s top collegiate baseball player. A standout at the plate and on the mound in 2002, Whisler earned Pac-10 Freshman of the Year accolades and was named to Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball’s All-Freshman teams. Ben Francisco (.368, 6 HR, 37 RBI) and Rashad Parker (.286, 4 HR, 14 RBI) were both selected in the 2002 MLB Draft.

2003 – 28-31, 11-13 Pac-10 (Tie – 5th Place) Similar to 2002, the Bruins had trouble putting together wins on a consistent basis, reaching a three-game win streak just once during the year. After opening the year with a 17-16 mark through its first 34 games, UCLA never again kept its record over the .500 plateau. At the Dominos Pizza Aggie Baseball Classic, UCLA posted a 3-3 record, finishing second to host Texas A&M. Playing at the Kia Baseball Bash at Cal State Fullerton one week later, UCLA defeated defending national champion Texas, 13-2, before routing Tulane, 12-2, the following day. A seven-game losing streak dropped UCLA out of reach of the Pac-10 title during the first two weeks in April. The Bruins ended their skid at No. 4 Arizona State, rattling off consecutive extra-inning wins in Tempe, Ariz., to hand the Sun Devils a Pac-10 series loss on their turf. UCLA concluded the season on a high note, as Brandon Averill hit for the cycle in the final game of the season at Washington State (May 25). Sophomore two-way player Wes Whisler earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors for the second consecutive season and was named a third-team CollegeBaseballInsider.com All-America selection. Brett McMillan was honored as a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball.

2004 – 35-29, 14-10 Pac-10 (Tied – 3rd Place) UCLA earned a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2004, the final year of head coach Gary Adams’ 30-year tenure as the Bruins’ skipper. The road to the postseason began with a 4-1 season-opening victory against UC Riverside, before the Bruins took the first two of three games against Fresno State. Senior Brandon Averill collected Pac-10 Player of the Week honors after the Fresno State series, as he totaled six RBI in the second game. The Bruins motored to an 11-3 record before opening a stretch of six straight games against ranked opponents on March 5. A series-opening win against No. 14 Texas A&M handed UCLA its seventh consecutive win before the Bruins dropped two games to the Aggies and one game each to UC Irvine and Long Beach State. In the Pac-10 season-opening series against Stanford (April 2-4), the Cardinal overpowered UCLA in the first two games, before the Bruins answered with a walk-off home run from Preston Griffin in the series finale to win, 6-5. UCLA continued rolling, notching non-conference victories against Pepperdine and Long Beach State and a series win at Arizona. After outscoring Washington State, 26-11, in a three-game home series and winning two of three on the road at Washington, UCLA concluded its conference slate with two road wins at Oregon State. Junior Wes Whisler earned Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week accolades after his complete game shutout against Washington State (May 16). UCLA won its final two of three games against Oregon State to close the regular season. The team’s late-season surged pushed UCLA into the NCAA Regionals at Oklahoma City as the No. 3 seed. The Bruins won their first game of the NCAA Regional, 9-1, backed by Casey Janssen’s eight shutout innings (two hits, seven strikeouts) against Oklahoma on June 4. After a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Florida, the Bruins pounded Oklahoma, 17-7, in a critical rematch on June 5. The following day, Florida routed UCLA, 11-0, to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals.

2005 – 15-41, 4-20 Pac-10 (8th Place) The 2005 season marked the start of a new era for UCLA baseball, as John Savage took over as the Bruins’ head coach after spending the previous three seasons as head coach at UC Irvine. Savage took over for 30-year head coach Gary Adams in July 2004 and helped put the wheels in motion for the future of UCLA baseball, inking the nation’s fifth-best recruiting class (Nov. 2004), as ranked by Baseball America. The Bruins struggled in 2005, opening the season with a 7-4 record before losing 19 consecutive games. UCLA managed just eight wins the rest of the way. Junior Brett McMillan earned team MVP honors, batting .257 with seven home runs and 33 RBI in all 56 games. Sophomore Hector Ambriz had a strong season, returning from an injury that had severly limited his opportunities in 2004. At the plate, Ambriz batted .338 with 14 doubles, 19 runs and 18 RBI in 51 games. On the hill, the right-hander led UCLA with a 3.94 ERA in 18 games (team-high 16 starts), striking out 84 batters in 105.0 innings. Sophomore Brian Schroeder led the Bruins’ pitching staff with 31 appearances, totaling 48 strikeouts in 71.2 innings.

2006 – 33-25, 13-10 Pac-10 (3rd Place) Led by juniors David Huff and Hector Ambriz on the mound and aided by an influx of standout freshmen, UCLA made its second NCAA Regional appearance in three seasons. In his second year as the Bruins’ head coach, John Savage engineered a strong turnaround as UCLA posted a 27-12 record in their final 39 regular-season contests. For the first time since 1987, UCLA won each of its home series against Pac-10 opponents (Washington State, Arizona State, USC and Stanford). In addition, the Bruins tied a program record as 12 players were selected in the MLB Draft. After opening the year 6-9, UCLA sparked its season with a road sweep at N.C. State (March 3-5), outscoring the Wolfpack by a 22-6 margin in three games. UCLA posted one of its most dramatic victories of the season with an 11-10, extra-inning home victory against Arizona State (April 23). Trailing 8-7 in the bottom of the ninth, the Bruins tied the contest, 8-8, to force extra innings. Facing

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UCLA BASEBALL HISTORY a two-run deficit in the bottom of the 10th, freshman Cody Decker slugged a two-run double and freshman Ryan Babineau clubbed the game-winning single. After dropping the series opener to USC, 8-3, at Jackie Robinson Stadium (May 12), UCLA rebounded to win the next two games and capture the season series. The following weekend, UCLA won the rubber game of a three-game home set against Stanford in exhilarating fashion. Having won Friday and lost Saturday, UCLA secured a series victory Sunday in the team’s final home game when junior Tim Stewart belted a ninth-inning, two-out walk-off solo home run to snap a 7-7 tie. Stewart’s blast helped improve UCLA’s conference record to 12-9.. On the final weekend of the season, UCLA split two games at eventual national champion Oregon State (one game was canceled due to rain). The Bruins entered the NCAA Malibu Regional as the No. 2 seed, marking a strong transformation after having been picked to finish eighth in the Pac-10 in the preseason coaches’ poll. Playing at Pepperdine in the NCAA Regional, UCLA edged UC Irvine, 3-2, in both team’s regional-opening contest. UCLA lost to No. 1-seed Pepperdine, 6-0, and No. 4-seed Missouri, 2-1, on back-to-back afternoons. In the elimination loss to Missouri on June 4, Brummett struck out six batters in 6.2 innings, surrendering just two runs and five hits. Selected 39th overall (supplemental first round) by the Cleveland Indians in the 2006 MLB Draft, Huff finished the season with a 7-4 record and 2.98 ERA, totaling 100 strikeouts in 129.2 innings (16 starts). Ambriz, a fifth-round draft pick by the Arizona Diamondbacks, registered a 3.65 ERA and an 8-7 record in 113.1 innings (20 appearances, 16 starts). Two-way player Josh Roenicke, who emerged as the team’s closer midway through the spring, was drafted in the 10th round by the Cincinnati Reds. UCLA’s freshman nucleus of Ryan Babineau, Jermaine Curtis, Brandon Crawford, Cody Decker, Blair Dunlap, Tim Murphy and Jason Novak proved to be major assets to the program not only in their first year, but throughout their respective Bruin careers.

2007 – 33-28, 14-10 Pac-10 (3rd Place) UCLA’s 2007 ballclub reached the NCAA Super Regionals for the first time since 2000 after having opened Pac-10 play with its best conference start since 1924. Playing against the nation’s third-most challenging schedule, as rated by Boyd’s World, the Bruins won just eight of their first 22 games. However, a school record-setting 14-run eighth inning against Pacific (March 25) not only helped the Bruins overcome an 8-0 deficit, but also helped UCLA jump-start its season. The Bruins trailed 8-0 and cut the Tigers’ lead to 8-1 in the seventh inning before sophomore Cody Decker belted a grand slam with nobody out in the bottom of the eighth, trimming the deficit to 8-5. UCLA scored 10 more runs in the frame to secure a 15-8 win, initiating one of the most successful stretches in program history. Jermaine Curtis returned to the Bruins’ lineup at third base the following weekend at Stanford, helping spark UCLA to an 8-1 victory in both teams’ first Pac-10 game of the spring. Including that win, UCLA won 17 of its first 21 games with Curtis patroling the hot corner. The Bruins opened Pac-10 play with their first series sweep of Stanford at Sunken Diamond since 1991 – snapping a streak of 71 consecutive three-game series in which Stanford had not been swept at home (since 1997, versus Arizona State). After a home series win against Washington, UCLA recorded its first-ever three-game series sweep at USC (April 13-15). The Bruins rolled to an 8-1 Pac-10 mark by mid-April, the program’s best conference start since finishing the 1924 season with a 10-0 Pacific Coast Conference record. With a pitching rotation featuring senior Tyson Brummett (10-6, 4.04), sophomore Tim Murphy (5-4, 5.68) and freshman Gavin Brooks (6-7, 4.47), the Bruins continued picking up Pac-10 series victories, capturing two of three against No. 14 Arizona and California. UCLA headed to No. 10 Arizona State (May 11-13) with a one-game conference lead. The Bruins were swept in the desert, losing three closely-contested games to fall into second place – the Sun Devils outscored UCLA by two runs on Friday and one on Saturday and Sunday. The Bruins salvaged their series at Washington State and their home set against eventual back-to-back national champion Oregon State by winning each of the series finales. UCLA entered the Long Beach Regional as the No. 2 seed, riding its starting pitchers to an NCAA Regional sweep. Brummett limited Pepperdine to three runs in 8.2 innings in the regional opener, before Murphy and Brooks each tossed complete game victories against Illinois-Chicago and Long Beach State, respectively. Playing in the NCAA Super Regionals for the first time since 2000, UCLA dropped both games at Cal State Fullerton. The Bruins lost the first game, 12-2, but stepped up behind a herculean performance from Brooks in the elimination game the next night. The left-handed freshman totaled a career-high 12 strikeouts against the Titans, surrendering two runs and seven hits in eight innings. Brooks ended the year having thrown three consecutive complete games (vs. Oregon State, vs. Illinois-Chicago and at Cal State Fullerton). UCLA was led at the plate in 2007 by junior Alden Carrithers (.352, .455 OBP), freshman Gabe Cohen (.345, 10 HR, 36), junior Brandon Crawford (.335, 7 HR, 55 RBI), Curtis (.329, 4 HR, 33 RBI) and sophomore Cody Decker (.307, 14 HR, 57 RBI).

2008 – 33-27 Overall, 13-11 Pac-10 (3rd Place) UCLA earned its third consecutive postseason berth in 2008, becoming the first baseball team in school history to advance to three straight postseasons. The Bruins overcame a slow Pac-10 start to secure the No. 2 seed at the NCAA Fullerton Regional. Senior Alden Carrithers emerged as one of the Pac-10’s best hitters, leading the Bruins with a .377 batting average and .484 on-base percentage. Junior Tim Murphy capped a strong three-year career as a left-handed pitcher and outfielder, Third baseman Jermaine leading UCLA’s pitching staff with a 3.34 ERA Curtis (2006-08) helped and 111 strikeouts in 102.1 innings. lead UCLA to three The Bruins began the season ranked straight postseasons No. 1 and No. 3 in preseason polls for the first time in by Baseball America and Rivals.com, school history. respectively. Among the season’s most exciting weekends came during the first series of Pac-10 play, a three-game set at Arizona (March 27-29). The Bruins snapped a four-game skid with a 4-3 win in 10 innings in the series opener. The following night, sophomore Casey Haerther ignited his season and helped UCLA rout Arizona, 20-8, with a 7-for-7 effort. Haerther’s seven hits established new Pac10 and UCLA single-game records, as he finished the game with four doubles, three singles, four RBI and four runs. After consecutive series losses to USC and Stanford, the Bruins won the final two of three games at Washington (April 25-27) to even its Pac-10 mark at 6-6. UCLA’s conference record slipped to 8-10, its overall record to 25-23, after winning one game against Arizona State at home and one at Oregon State (May 9-11), leaving many pundits to question whether the Bruins’ postseason chances had all but evaporated. But UCLA responded by winning a nonconference game at UC Irvine before sweeping Washington State (May 16-18) in three games at Jackie Robinson Stadium, putting the Bruins at 29-23 with four games to play. After dropping a midweek contest at Cal State Fullerton, UCLA entered the season’s final weekend at California needing to win at least two games to secure a postseason berth. Murphy hurled a complete game on Friday afternoon, striking out 10 batters in an 8-0 victory. The following day, sophomore Charles Brewer and freshman Rob Rasmussen combined to shut out California, 7-0. UCLA lost the series opener, 7-6, in heartbreaking fashion in 10 innings.

Yet the series victory at California helped seal UCLA’s postseason berth, as the Bruins earned a No. 2 seed at the NCAA Fullerton Regional. Murphy pitched well in the Bruins’ opening regional contest, allowing two runs in 7.2 innings, as the Bruins earned a 3-2 victory in walk-off fashion in the bottom of the ninth inning over No. 3-seed Virginia. Brewer stepped up the next night, earning his team-leading ninth win as UCLA downed No. 1-seed Cal State Fullerton, 11-4. The host Titans responded with an 11-8 victory Sunday, forcing a winner-take-all contest Monday evening. In a closely-contested game, Cal State Fullerton edged the Bruins, 5-4, as UCLA stranded Murphy aboard third base in the ninth inning. Five players were selected in June’s Major League Draft, highlighted by three draft selections in the first five rounds – Murphy (third round, Texas), junior Brandon Crawford (fourth round, San Francisco) and junior Jermaine Curtis (fifth round, St. Louis).

2009 – 27-29, 15-12 Pac-10 (Tie – 3rd Place) UCLA finished third in the Pac-10 for the fourth straight year, but could not win enough games late in the spring to overcome a 10-game losing streak in early March. The 2009 team featured the emergence of freshman right-handers Trevor Bauer and Gerrit Cole and the resurgence of power-hitting first baseman Cody Decker. Bauer went 9-3 with a 2.99 ERA before earning National Freshman Pitcher of the Year honors from Collegiate Baseball. On a team fueled largely by its pitching, Decker provided a major spark in UCLA’s lineup. He led the Pac-10 with 21 home runs, finishing his senior season as UCLA’s leader in RBI (53), runs (55), slugging percentage (.683), walks (36) and total bases (136). By season’s end, Decker pushed himself into a tie for seventh place on UCLA’s career home runs list with 47 round-trippers. After winning the first two games of the season, the Bruins fell into a 10-game losing streak that spanned two weeks. UCLA spent three consectuive weekends playing away from the West Coast – at the Houston College Classic, at Oklahoma and at East Carolina – before opening Pac-10 play with three games at USC. UCLA snapped its losing streak with a midweek victory against UC Santa Barbara (March 10) before earning a series victory the following weekend at East Carolina. The Bruins opened Pac-10 play at USC the following weekend, securing a series victory with wins on Saturday (14-4) and Monday (17-2). UCLA’s 17-2 victory in the series’ rubber game marked the Bruins’ largest margin of victory in series history against the Trojans. The Bruins continued to try and climb back to the .500 mark throughout March and April, doing so against the nation’s No. 1-ranked schedule, as rated by Boyd’s World. Not until the series finale at Oregon did UCLA reach that goal. An 8-1 win against the Ducks on May 3 evened UCLA’s record to 22-22. With 12 games remaining on their schedule, including seven against top-5 competition, the stakes were high and the margin for error was slim. Consecutive series losses to California and Cal State Fullerton damaged the Bruins’ postseason chances before UCLA’s final week of the season. Bauer, Cole and Decker each earned All-Pac-10 team honors in 2009. Decker became UCLA’s first two-time All-Pac-10 selection since Wes Whisler (2002, 2003). Bauer and Cole were just two of three freshmen to be named All-Pac-10 selections. Cole finished his freshman campaign 4-8 with a 3.49 ERA, pitching in the Bruins’ starting rotation since the season’s opening weekend. Midway through the season, he emerged as UCLA’s Friday night pitcher, suffering a string of hard-luck losses due to a lack of run support. Junior Charles Brewer served as the Bruins’ third weekend starter, going 3-5 with a 4.52 ERA. Junior Gavin Brooks moved to the bullpen in his third season after having pitched in the rotation his first two years, going 0-4 with eight saves in a team-high 27 appearances. Two weeks after the regular season, eight Bruins were selected in the MLB Draft. Junior infielder Casey Haerther led the crop as a fifth-round selection by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Brooks went in the ninth round to the New York Yankees and Brewer was selected in the 12th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks. Rounding out the list included pitchers Brendan Lafferty, Garett Claypool and Jason Novak, Decker and junior outfielder Gabe Cohen.

THE 2010s – 134-57 (.702) 2010 – 51-17, 18-9 Pac-10 (2nd Place) UCLA had its most successful baseball season in school history in 2010, advancing to the finals of the College World Series for the first time ever. The Bruins totaled a school record 51 wins, established a program record with 43 regular-season wins and secured their third-ever trip to the College World Series (first trip since 1997). UCLA hosted postseason play for the first time since 1986 and an NCAA Super Regional for the first time since the NCAA adopted the current postseason format in 1999. The Bruins opened the season in sizzling fashion, winning their first 22 games. In that span, UCLA helped open the inaugural Dodgertown Classic, defeating USC at Dodger Stadium by a 6-1 margin on Feb. 28. UCLA entered its first weekend of Pac-10 play, hosting Stanford, riding a 21-game win streak. The Bruins won their 22nd consecutive game in extra innings, breaking a 5-5 tie with a walkoff bloop single in the bottom of the 10th. Stanford earned an 8-4 win the next day (April 2), ending UCLA’s historic streak at 22 games. UCLA lost its first series of the season to Oregon (April 16-18), dropping the first two games at Jackie Robinson Stadium. Two weeks later, the Bruins hosted a critical three-game series against defending conference champion Arizona State. Hailed as one of the season’s best matchups by numerous national college baseball outlets, the weekend series between UCLA and Arizona State failed to live up to its billing. The Bruins responded over the next three weeks by sweeping each of their next three Pac-10 series and winning 13 of their final 16 regular-season games. Among the Bruins’ most memorable highlights came in the series finale against USC. With two outs in the ninth inning, Brett Krill drew a two-out walk before Cody Keefer belted a walk-off home run to right field, sending the Bruins into a frenzy as they had earned their second sweep over USC since 2007. The Bruins entered the final weekend of the regular season knowing they had clinched a playoff berth – the question remained whether or not UCLA had earned one of college baseball’s coveted top-eight national seeds. The complete postseason field was revealed June 1, and the Bruins began preparations to face No. 4-seed Kent State that Friday. In addition, defending national champion LSU was designated as the Regional’s No. 2 seed, and UC Irvine as the No. 3 seed. UCLA swept through the Regional, defeating Kent State (15-1), LSU (6-3) and UC Irvine (6-2) to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals for the first time since 2007. The following weekend, the Bruins hosted Super Regional play at Jackie Robinson Stadium against Cal State Fullerton. After dropping the opening game to the Titans, 4-3, the Bruins had one of the most memorable games in program history. In Game 2, Tyler Rahmatulla hit one of the most clutch home runs in UCLA history. Trailing 6-5 with two outs and nobody on base in the top of the ninth inning, Blair Dunlap drew a walk. Rahmatulla followed, blasting a two-run homer to put UCLA ahead as the designated visiting team, 7-6. Cal State Fullerton tied the contest, 7-7, in the bottom of the inning, before UCLA added four runs in the 10th inning and held on for the win. The next night, Rob Rasmussen became the hero for UCLA in the decisive third game. The southpaw struck out nine batters and walked one in a complete game, allowing one run and two hits in an 8-1 UCLA victory. The Bruins earned their first College World Series berth since 1997. UCLA entered the College World Series as one of just three remaining national seeds to qualify for the final eight-team field. Bauer helped the No. 6-national seed Bruins defeated No. 4-national seed Florida, 11-3, in UCLA’s opening CWS game. The sophomore right-hander surrendered three runs and six hits in seven innings, totaling 11 strikeouts and two walks, to help UCLA record its first-ever win at the College World Series. The Bruins scored in each inning except for the second in the win over Florida. Two nights later, Cole registered 13 strikeouts in a 6-3 win over TCU. In that victory, UCLA received home runs from Regis and fellow freshman Jeff Gelalich in the third inning to open a 5-0 cushion. TCU inched closer with a two-out, bases-clearing triple by Taylor Featherston, but Cole kept the Horned Frogs at bay, striking out Aaron Schultz to end the seventh inning and adding two more strikeouts in the eighth. With a 2-0 start in the College World Series meant the Bruins got to wait three days before their

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UCLA BASEBALL HISTORY next game. UCLA faced TCU on June 25, after the Horned Frogs knocked off Florida State, 11-7, two days earlier in an elimination game. TCU freshman left-hander Matt Purke limited the Bruins to two runs and three hits in 6.1 innings earning the victory, as the Horned Frogs won a 6-2 decision. Playing in 110-degree heat in an elimination contest the next afternoon, UCLA outlasted TCU, 10-3, to earn a spot in the finals of the College World Series. Bauer had another sensational performance for the Bruins, recording 13 strikeouts and two walks in eight innings, to earn his third victory of the postseason, his second in the College World Series. The Bruins fell short in the best-of-three championship series against South Carolina. UCLA’s offense mustered just one run and three hits in a 7-1 loss in Game 1 on June 28. Cole allowed six runs (four earned) and 11 hits in seven innings and was tagged with his second loss of the postseason. The next night, UCLA lost to South Carolina, 2-1, in 11 innings. The Bruins led 1-0 through seven, before the Gamecocks tied the ballgame, 1-1, in the bottom of the eighth. UCLA manufactured baserunners in the ninth and 10th innings, but could not cross the plate. South Carolina’s Whit Merrifield lined a game-winning, walk-off single to right field in the bottom of the 11th, as the Gamecocks captured their first-ever baseball national championship. At the College World Series, Bauer, Regis and Beau Amaral were named to the All-Tournament Team. Bauer went 2-0 with a 3.00 ERA in Omaha, collecting 24 strikeouts and four walks in 15.1 innings. Amaral led the Bruins’ offense at the College World Series, posting a .375 batting average (9-for-24). Sporting a 51-17 final record, UCLA had finished its season 34 games over .500, the highest total over the .500 plateau in school history. The Bruins had established school and Pac-10 records for single-season strikeouts with 700 in 618.1 innings. UCLA’s pitching staff led the nation in strikeouts per nine innings (10.2), as three pitchers ranked in the top 30 in that category. Additionally, UCLA finished the year ranked No. 2 in all major polls, marking the highest top-25 finish in school history.

2011 – 35-24, 18-9 Pac-10 (1st Place) UCLA secured its first outright conference title in 2011 for the first time since 2010 and witnessed the continued rise of two of its top pitchers in program history. Trevor Bauer became the first UCLA ballplayer to earn the Golden Spikes Award, and Gerrit Cole was the school’s first-ever No. 1 selection in the MLB First-Year Player Draft (June draft). Bauer followed Cole’s selection as the No. 3 pick. Much of the spotlight was directed at both Cole and Bauer during UCLA’s 2011 campaign. Bauer was named the National Player of the Year by both Baseball America and Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball. In addition to winning the Golden Spikes Award, he was named a first-team All-America selection by every publication and captured Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year acclaim. He went 13-2 with a 1.25 ERA, totaling a conference record 203 strikeouts in 136.2 innings. The Bruins opened the 2011 season ranked in the top five in virtually every major preseason ranking. After winning its first four games, UCLA struggled to maintain consistency through its non-conference schedule. The Bruins opened their Pac-10 slate at USC the final weekend of March and won their first four conference series (USC, Washington, Washington State and Arizona). After dropping consecutive weekend series against Stanford and Oregon State, UCLA got on a roll and worked toward winning the Pac-10 Championship despite having to gain ground in the standings. During the first weekend of May, the Bruins swept a three-game series at Oregon. The following weekend, UCLA rebounded from a Friday night loss against Cal State Bakersfield and won the series with victories on Saturday and Sunday. The Bruins won two of three games each of the next two weekends against California and Arizona State, respectively. In fact, UCLA traveled to Arizona State on the final weekend of the regular season trailing Oregon State by one game in the standings. The Bruins won the first two games of the series, losing on Sunday, and Oregon State was swept on the road at Oregon. UCLA had captured a one-game lead in the conference standings, won the Pac-10 title in outright fashion and was awarded a Regional host the same day. UCLA hosted the NCAA Los Angeles Regional for the second straight season. The Bruins were upset by San Francisco, 3-0, in their Regional opener on June 3, putting the team in less than familiar territory. UCLA had not fallen into the loser’s bracket at an NCAA Regional since 2006. The following day, Bauer struck out 14 batters in his ninth consecutive complete game of the season, helping UCLA defeat No. 2-seed Fresno State, 3-1. Adam Plutko led the charge the next afternoon, scattering one hit in 7.2 scoreless innings to pick up the win as UCLA knocked off San Francisco, 4-1. That same evening, the Bruins took a 3-0 lead against UC Irvine in the fifth inning before the Anteaters rallied back with two runs in the fifth and two more in the ninth. UC Irvine won the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, ending the Bruins’ season at Jackie Robinson Stadium. Feeling mixed emotions, the following day (June 6) continued to produce positive headlines for the UCLA baseball program, as Cole and Bauer were selected No. 1 and No. 3, respectively, in the first round of the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Cole was chosen by the Pittsburgh Pirates and Bauer was taken by the Arizona Diamondbacks. In all, UCLA had 11 players drafted in 2011, and all 11 Bruins signed with their respective pro organizations. UCLA’s pitching staff had once again topped the charts, totaling 572 strikeouts and a 2.44 ERA, the lowest mark in program history since 1969 (2.40). The Bruins ranked second in strikeouts per nine innings (9.8) and hits allowed per nine innings (6.61).

2012 – 48-16, 20-10 Pac-12 (t-1st Place) For the second time in three seasons, the UCLA baseball team reached the College World Series after securing its second consecutive Pac-12 championship in 2012. UCLA tied with Arizona at 20-10 in conference games and earned backto-back conference titles for the first time in school history after winning the Pac-12 championship outright in 2011. The Bruins also posted a 48-16 overall record, logging their second-highest single-season win total in program history. The Bruins came into the season ranked in the top 20 in every major preseason ranking and boasted a plethora of experience, returning all three starting outfielders and three starting infielders. Despite the preseason hype, UCLA started slow out of the gate, dropping three of its first five games. The Bruins won their next seven games though as they headed east to Athens, Ga. to take on the ninth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs. In the first matchup on March 9, sophomore right-hander Adam Plutko threw the second complete game of his career, leading UCLA to a 2-0 shutout win over the Bulldogs. Plutko struck out 11 batters with no walks in a dominating performance. The Bruins took the next two contests and left Georgia riding a wave of momentum.

After defeating crosstown rivals USC, 7-2, in the 2012 Dodgertown Classic, the Bruins entered conference play riding an 11-game winning streak. The Pac-12 opener would prove to be a tough one for the Bruins as 11th-ranked Arizona State came to Jackie Robinson Stadium for a three-game series. In the series opener on March 16, UCLA overcame a five-run deficit to the Sun Devils and in the bottom of the ninth, got a two-out walk-off home run from Kevin Williams to defeat the Sun Devils, 6-5. Despite dropping the next game, UCLA bounced back and took home a crucial series victory over Arizona State with a 4-2 win in the second game of a doubleheader on March 18. Freshman Grant Watson limited the Sun Devils to two runs and four hits in six-plus innings of work to earn the win. As April turned to May, UCLA continued its stellar play, taking series victories over No. 13 Purdue, Washington and California. Heading into the final series of the regular season against USC on May 25, the Bruins found themselves trailing Oregon by two games for the Pac-12 lead and Arizona by one game for second place. After defeating the Trojans 3-1 in the opener, the Bruins came back on Saturday and won again by a score of 6-5 after junior Cody Regis drew a walk-off walk in the ninth inning. Entering the final day of the season, UCLA, Oregon and Arizona all found themselves tied atop the Pac-12 standings. With Oregon losing to Oregon State and Arizona defeating Arizona State in the regular season finales, the Bruins needed a win to clinch a share of the Pac-12 Championship. UCLA would indeed find that win, defeating the Trojans, 7-6, to earn their second consecutive conference championship. Junior closer Scott Griggs picked up the victory after throwing 1.1 innings in relief. Following the three-game sweep of USC to close the regular season, UCLA earned the No. 2 national seed in the NCAA Tournament, the highest seed the program has ever received in its history. The Bruins hosted the NCAA Los Angeles Regional for the third consecutive season, which was also a first in school history. The Bruins went on to sweep all three games in the regional to advance to their third NCAA Super Regional in school history. UCLA blanked Creighton, 3-0, in the opener behind another outstanding pitching performance from Plutko, who threw a complete game two-hit shutout while striking out seven in a gem of a performance. Junior Beau Amaral led the Bruins at the plate, going 3-4 witn one RBI in the win. The next day against New Mexico, UCLA’s great pitching continued as sophomore Nick Vander Tuig propelled the Bruins to a 7-1 victory over the Lobos. Vander Tuig was simply dominant, striking out a career-high 11 batters in eight innings while allowing just one hit all night. He also carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning before finally relinquishing that lone hit. In the finale, a rematch against Creighton, the Blue Jays proved to be no match for UCLA, going quietly in a 13-5 loss to the Bruins. Junior outfielder Jeff Gelalich led the way, going 3-4 with four RBI and two home runs in the victory. Gelalich went on to be named the Most Outstanding Player of the Regional while Amaral, outfielder Cody Keefer, Plutko, Vander Tuig, second baseman Trevor Brown and shortstop Pat Valaika all joined him on the All-Regional Team. The next day continued to generate more buzz for the program, as Gelalich was selected in the supplemental first round (No. 57 overall) of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds, making him the 18th UCLA ballplayer to be drafted in the first round. Overall, seven UCLA players were drafted in 2012. In the Super Regionals at Jackie Robinson Stadium, the Bruins drew a familiar foe in TCU, whom they had faced three times in the College World Series two seasons ago. The Bruins swept both games against the Horned Frogs, winning by scores of 6-2 and 4-1 to advance to their second College World Series in three seasons.The pitching again was superb, with Plutko and Vander Tuig shutting down the TCU offense and freshman David Berg coming out of the bullpen to finish both games. In the first game of the College World Series the Bruins drew Stony Brook, a cinderella team that had upset LSU in the Super Regionals. There would be no upset this time as the Bruins defeated the Seawolves by a score of 9-1. Plutko again was fantastic, pitching seven strong innings to lead the way. Valaika, Williams and Gelalich spurred the offense, knocking in two RBI apiece in the victory. UCLA returned to the field two days later where they faced conference foes Arizona. But this time the Wildcats would get the better of the Bruins, defeating UCLA, 4-0, behind a complete game shutout from Konner Wade. In an elimination game two days later, the Bruins saw their outstanding season come to an end as Florida State defeated UCLA by a score of 4-1. In three College World Series contests, UCLA’s pitching staff posted a 3.24 ERA while holding the opposition to a .230 batting average. After the season, Gelalich, Griggs and Plutko all earned All-America honors while Berg and Watson earned Freshman All-America honors. Berg finished the season in second place on the all-time NCAA Division I single-season appearances list, making 50 appearances in 2012 and leading the Pac-12 with a 1.46 ERA. Berg also led the nation with a 0.80 WHIP. Plutko went 7-0 in his final seven starts, posting a 0.89 ERA with a .180 batting average in that span. Griggs set the school record for saves in a single-season with 15, which also was the second-highest total in the Pac-12. UCLA as a team finished the year having played the No. 1 ranked strength of schedule according to Boyd’s World. The team also reached the 40-win plateau for just the eighth time in program history and owned the nation’s top record in road/neutral site games, going 21-6. At the plate the Bruins had 341 strikeouts, which is the fewest total since 1986 and batted .304 as a team, marking a 41-point increase from 2011. Finally, led by its junior class, UCLA achieved its highest three-year win total, winning 134 games between 2010 and 2012.

UCLA celebrated its 8-1 victory over Cal State Fullerton on June 13, 2010, sending the Bruins to the College World Series for the third time in school history.

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY NCAA Tournament Breakdown Overall Record: 50-39 (18 appearances) NCAA Regional Record: 42-25 NCAA Super Regional Record: 4-5 College World Series Record: 4-9 Total Appearances: 1969, 1979, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 NCAA Super Regional Appearances: 2000, 2007, 2010, 2012 College World Series Appearances: 1969, 1997, 2010, 2012

UCLA Head Coaches in the Postseason Head Coach Arthur Reichle Gary Adams John Savage TOTALS

Overall 2-2 26-23 22-14 50-39

Region 2-0 26-19 14-6 42-25

Supers 0-0 0-2 4-3 4-5

CWS 0-2 0-2 4-5 4-9

UCLA Postseason Records by Decade Years 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s TOTALS

Games 4 4 7 29 21 24 89

W 2 2 3 16 11 16 50

L 2 2 4 13 10 8 39

Pct. .500 .500 .429 .552 .524 .667 .562

UCLA Postseason Superlatives (Game) Most Runs Scored: 22, at Oklahoma State (5/25/97) Fewest Runs Scored: 0, five times (last 6/17/12) Most Runs Allowed: 17, vs. Oklahoma State (5/29/99) Fewest Runs Allowed: 0, twice (last 6/1/12) Longest Win Streak: 6 games (6/1/12 - 6/15/12)

UCLA Regional Round Superlatives (Series) Most Runs Scored: 72 (five games, 1997 Regional) Fewest Runs Scored: 4 (three games, 2006 Regional) Most Runs Allowed: 46 (four games, 1987 Regional) Fewest Runs Allowed: 6 (three times, 1969, 2010 & 2012 Reg.) Longest Win Streak: 5 games (5/23/97 - 5/25/97)

UCLA vs. Postseason Opponents Opponent Arizona Arizona State Cal State Fullerton Clemson Creighton Delaware Florida Florida State Fordham Fresno State Georgia Southern Harvard Hawaii Illinois-Chicago Kent State Lamar Long Beach State Loyola Marymount LSU Miami Mississippi State Missouri New Mexico North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oklahoma State Pepperdine Sam Houston State San Francisco Santa Clara South Alabama South Carolina Southwest Missouri State Stony Brook TCU Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Tulsa UC Irvine Virginia Wichita State Yale TOTALS

Record 0-1 0-3 4-7 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-2 0-1 1-0 2-0 0-1 1-1 3-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-2 0-2 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 4-2 3-1 2-1 1-0 1-1 2-0 0-1 0-2 1-1 1-0 4-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 50-39

Last Meeting June 17, 2012 May 25, 1987 June 13, 2010 May 22, 1992 June 3, 2012 May 26, 2000 June 19, 2010 June 19, 2012 May 26, 1990 June 4, 2011 May 28, 1990 May 24, 1997 May 24, 1987 June 2, 2007 June 4, 2010 May 27, 1993 June 3, 2007 May 23, 1986 June 5, 2010 May 28, 1993 June 2, 1997 June 4, 2006 June 2, 2012 May 29, 1993 May 23, 1997 June 4, 2004 May 28, 1999 June 1, 2007 May 25, 1996 June 5, 2011 May 23, 1969 May 25, 1990 June 29, 2010 May 24, 1996 June 15, 2012 June 9, 2012 May 24, 1997 May 23, 1996 May 29, 1993 June 13, 1969 June 5, 2011 May 30, 2008 May 29, 1999 May 23, 1992 June 19, 2012

UCLA has made 18 NCAA Tournament appearances, including seven in the last nine seasons. The Bruins advanced to the finals of the College World Series in 2010 before returning to the College World Series just two years later in 2012. Last season’s trip to Omaha, Neb. marked UCLA’s fourth College World Series berth. UCLA’s other College World Series appearances came in 1969, 1997 and 2010. Head coach John Savage has led UCLA to the postseason in six of his eight seasons at the helm. Savage is the program’s only head coach to have led UCLA to postseason appearances in three consecutive seasons (2006-08, 2010-12), and to the College World Series twice (2010 and 2012). He coached the Bruins to the Super Regionals in 2007, 2010 and 2012. UCLA also hosted an NCAA Regional at Jackie Robinson Stadium in three consecutive seasons from 2010-2012, and the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional in 2010 and 2012. Prior to those years, the Bruins had not hosted postseason action since 1986. Former head coach Gary Adams made 11 trips to the NCAA Tournament, including the Bruins’ 1997 trip to the College World Series. In six games at the 1997 NCAA Midwest Regional (at Oklahoma State), the Bruins outscored their opposition, 72-24. UCLA closed the six-game stretch with five victories, routing host Oklahoma State 14-2 and 22-2 on the same day. Eric Valent earned Tournament MVP honors after blasting six home runs, while Nick Theodorou batted .667 (16 hits in 24 at-bats).

UCLA vs. Arizona June 17, 2012 at Omaha’s TD Ameritrade Park

DATE RESULT OPPONENT WINNING PITCHER 2012 - NCAA College World Series (at Omaha, Neb.)

LOSING PITCHER

ATT.

6/15/12 W 9-1 Stony Brook 6/17/12 L 4-0 Arizona 6/19/12 L 4-1 Florida State College World Series Recap - Record (1-2), Finish (t-5th)

WP - Adam Plutko WP - Konner Wade WP - Scott Sitz

LP - Tyler Johnson LP - Nick Vander Tuig LP - Zack Weiss

21662 19198 23409

WP - Adam Plutko WP - Nick Vander Tuig

LP - Brandon Finnegan LP - Preston Morrison

2042 2135

WP - Adam Plutko WP - Nick Vander Tuig WP - Zack Weiss

LP - Ty Blach LP - Gera Sanchez LP - Nick Musec

1570 1601 1291

WP - Kyle Zimmer WP - Trevor Bauer WP - Adam Plutko WP - Phillip Ferragamo

LP - Gerrit Cole LP - Josh Poytress LP - Jonathan Abramson LP - Nick Vander Tuig

1925 1949 1351 1461

WP - Trevor Bauer WP - Gerrit Cole WP - Matt Purke WP - Trevor Bauer WP - Blake Cooper WP - Matt Price

LP - Alex Pantaliodis LP - Kyle Winkler LP - Rob Rasmussen LP - Kyle Winkler LP - Gerrit Cole LP - Dan Klein

WP - Noe Ramirez WP - Dan Klein WP - Rob Rasmussen

LP - Gerrit Cole LP - Kevin Rath LP - Dylan Floro

2077 2005 1967

WP - Gerrit Cole WP - Trevor Bauer WP - Rob Rasmussen

LP - Robert Sabo LP - Anthony Ranaudo LP - Eric Pettis

1482 2613 1209

LP - Matt Packer LP - Jeff Kaplan LP - Gavin Brooks LP - Rob Rasmussen

1655 2912 1892 3012

LP - Tyson Brummett LP - Gavin Brooks

3394 3442

WP - Tyson Brummett WP - Gavin Brooks WP - Tim Murphy

LP - Barry Enright LP - Zach Peterson LP - Shane Peterson

1647 1579 2089

WP - Hector Ambriz WP - Paul Coleman WP - Rick Zagone

LP - Justin Cassel LP - David Huff LP - Tyson Brummett

1200 1500 685

2012 - NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional (at UCLA) 6/8/12 W 6-2 TCU 6/9/12 W 4-1 TCU Super Regional Recap - Record (2-0), Finish (1st)

2012 - NCAA Los Angeles Regional (at UCLA) 6/1/12 W 3-0 Creighton 6/2/12 W 7-1 New Mexico 6/3/12 W 13-5 Creighton Regional Recap - Record (3-0), Finish (1st)

2011 - NCAA Los Angeles Regional (at UCLA) 6/3/11 L 3-0 San Francisco 6/4/11 W 3-1 Fresno State 6/5/11 W 4-1 San Francisco 6/5/11 L 4-3 UC Irvine Regional Recap - Record (2-2), Finish (2nd)

2010 - NCAA College World Series (at Omaha, Neb.) 6/19/10 W 11-3 Florida 6/21/10 W 6-3 TCU 6/25/10 L 6-2 TCU 6/26/10 W 10-3 TCU 6/28/10 L 7-1 South Carolina 6/29/10 L 2-1 (11) South Carolina College World Series Recap - Record (3-3), Finish (2nd)

23271 23345 22334 10907 23181 24390

2010 - NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional (at UCLA) 6/11/10 L 4-3 Cal State Fullerton 6/12/10 W 11-7 (10) Cal State Fullerton 6/13/10 W 8-1 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional Recap - Record (2-1), Finish (1st)

2010 - NCAA Los Angeles Regional (at UCLA) 6/4/10 W 15-1 Kent State 6/5/10 W 6-3 LSU 6/6/10 W 6-2 UC Irvine Regional Recap - Record (3-0), Finish (1st)

2008 - NCAA Fullerton Regional (at Cal State Fullerton) 5/30/08 W 3-2 Virginia 5/31/08 W 11-4 Cal State Fullerton 6/1/08 L 11-8 Cal State Fullerton 6/2/08 L 5-4 Cal State Fullerton Regional Recap - Record (2-2), Finish (2nd)

WP - Brendan Lafferty WP - Charles Brewer WP - Michael Morrison WP - Brian Wilson

2007 - NCAA Fullerton Super Regional (at Cal State Fullerton) 6/9/07 L 12-2 Cal State Fullerton 6/10/07 L 2-1 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional Recap - Record (0-2), Finish (2nd)

WP - Wes Roemer WP - Adam Jorgenson

2007 - NCAA Long Beach Regional (at Long Beach State) 6/1/07 W 7-3 Pepperdine 6/2/07 W 3-1 Illinois-Chicago 6/3/07 W 7-4 Long Beach State Regional Recap - Record (3-0), Finish (1st)

2006 - NCAA Malibu Regional (at Pepperdine) 6/2/06 W 3-2 UC Irvine 6/3/06 L 6-0 Pepperdine 6/4/06 L 2-1 Missouri Regional Recap - Record (1-2), Finish (3rd)

106


NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY DATE RESULT OPPONENT 2004 - NCAA Oklahoma City Regional (at Oklahoma)

WINNING PITCHER

LOSING PITCHER

ATT.

6/4/04 W 9-1 Oklahoma 6/5/04 L 4-3 Florida 6/5/04 W 17-7 Oklahoma 6/6/04 L 11-0 Florida Regional Recap - Record (2-2), Finish (2rd)

WP - Casey Janssen WP - Connor Falkenbach WP - David Johnson WP - Tommy Boss

LP - Mark Roberts LP - Wes Whisler LP - Casey Brown LP - Dan Miltenberger

7792 1981 3056 2341

WP - Brian Tallet WP - Billy Brian

LP - Rob Henkel LP - Josh Karp

7624 7667

WP - Bobby Roe WP - Josh Karp WP - Ryan Carter

LP - Vic Sage LP - Logan Cuellar LP - Austin Mix

2584 4865 4144

WP - Josh Karp WP - Brandon Sloan WP - Dale Pearson

LP - Matt Smith LP - Jon Brandt LP - Ryan Carter

3598 5095 3058

WP - Robbie Morrison WP - Hank Thoms

LP - Jake Meyer LP - Rob Henkel

18049 20116

WP - Frank Hogan WP - Matt Klein WP - Peter Zamora WP - Nick St. George WP - Jim Parque WP - Tom Jacquez

LP - Tom Jacquez LP - Aaron Houdeshell LP - Michael Cosgrove LP - Donald Jamieson LP - Scott Williamson LP - Dave Maurer

2368 2382 2466 2387 3821 3329

WP - Jim Parque WP - John Hardin WP - Dan Keller WP - Kevin Sheredy WP - Clint Weibl

LP - Eric French LP - Peter Zamora LP - K. Hermes LP - Scott Geitz LP - Ryan Lynch

6649 5238 5238 4005 3753

WP - Tim Kubinski WP - Jon Van Zandt WP - Kelly Wunsch WP - Scott Wissel

LP - Mike Pasqualiccio LP - Gabe Sollecito LP - Gary Adcock

2786 2303 5189 2669

WP - Zack Krislock WP - Bill Craig WP - Tim Kubinski WP - Pete Janicki WP - Casey Mendenhall

LP - Gabe Sollecito LP - Aaron Jersild LP - Daniel Lock LP - Chuck Daniel LP - Gary Adcock

2019 2368 2475 6057 1332

WP - Mike Zimmerman WP - Pete Janicki WP - Dave Zancanaro WP - Joey Hamilton

LP - Tim Lindsay LP - Joe Maniscalco LP - Kennie Steenstra LP - Tim Lindsay

1223 3581 6881 573

WP - Alex Sanchez WP - Linty Ingram WP - Steve Stowell WP - Keith Shibata WP - David Cassidy

LP - Brown LP - Randy Hennis LP - Holt LP - Lewis LP - Alex Sanchez

6113 6537 6497 6497 7108

WP - Paul Brown WP - Keith Shibata

LP - Alex Sanchez WP - Jim Bruske

873 593

WP - Tim Leary

LP - Tony Hudson

384

WP - Tony Hudson WP - Larry Navilbon

LP - Matt Young LP - Tim Leary

420 392

WP - S. Rogers WP - Lerrin LaGrow

LP - Jim York LP - Jim York

WP - Al Hoops WP - Rick Pope

LP - Rich Troedson LP - Scott Davi

2000 - NCAA Baton Rouge Super Regional (at Louisiana State) 6/2/00 L 8-2 Louisiana State 6/3/00 L 14-8 Louisiana State Super Regional Recap - Record (0-2), Finish (2nd)

2000 - NCAA Oklahoma City Regional (at Oklahoma) 5/26/00 W 13-12 Delaware 5/27/00 W 10-5 Oklahoma 5/28/00 W 11-3 Oklahoma Regional Recap - Record (3-0), Finish (1st)

1999 - NCAA Wichita Regional (at Wichita State) 5/28/99 W 12-6 Oklahoma State 5/29/99 L 4-2 Wichita State 5/29/99 L 17-10 Oklahoma State Regional Recap - Record (1-2), Finish (3rd)

1997 - College World Series (at Omaha, Neb.) 5/31/97 L 7-3 (12) Miami 6/2/97 L 7-5 Mississippi State CWS Recap - Record (0-2), Finish (t-7th)

1997 - NCAA Midwest Regional (at Oklahoma State) 5/22/97 L 7-2 Harvard 5/23/97 W 15-1 Ohio 5/24/97 W 5-3 Tennessee 5/24/97 W 14-9 Harvard 5/25/97 W 14-2 Oklahoma State 5/25/97 W 22-2 Oklahoma State Regional Recap - Record (5-1), Finish (1st)

1996 - NCAA Central I Regional (at University of Texas) 5/23/96 W 5-2 Texas 5/24/96 L 13-2 Southwest Missouri State 5/25/96 W 10-8 Sam Houston State 5/25/96 W 9-4 Southwest Missouri State 5/26/96 L 8-4 Miami Regional Recap - Record (3-2), Finish (2nd)

1993 - NCAA Central I Regional (at Texas A&M) 5/27/93 W 6-1 Lamar 5/28/93 W 9-4 Hawaii 5/29/93 L 11-4 Texas A&M 5/29/93 L 8-5 North Carolina Regional Recap - Record (2-2), Finish (3rd)

1992 - NCAA Mideast Regional (at Mississippi State) 5/21/92 L 4-3 Oklahoma 5/22/92 W 6-5 Clemson 5/23/92 W 8-0 Yale 5/24/92 W 3-2 Mississippi State 5/24/92 L 10-0 Oklahoma Regional Recap - Record (3-2), Finish (2nd)

1990 - NCAA Midwest Regional (at Wichita State) 5/25/90 L 6-4 South Alabama 5/26/90 W 13-8 Fordham 5/27/90 W 7-5 Wichita State 5/28/90 L 5-4 Georgia Southern Regional Recap - Record (2-2), Finish (3rd)

1987 - NCAA West II Regional (at Arizona State) 5/22/87 W 12-11 Hawaii 5/23/87 L 9-3 Arizona State 5/24/87 W 16-7 Hawaii 5/24/87 W 21-5 Pepperdine 5/25/87 L 14-4 Arizona State Regional Recap - Record (3-2), Finish (2nd)

1986 - NCAA West I Regional (at UCLA) 5/22/86 L 6-3 Hawaii 5/23/86 L 12-10 Loyola Marymount Regional Recap - Record (0-2), Finish (4th)

1979 - NCAA West I Regional (at Fresno, Calif.) 5/25/79 W 5-4 Cal State Fullerton 5/26/79 W 5-4 Fresno State 5/27/79 L 9-2 Cal State Fullerton 5/28/79 L 9-5 Cal State Fullerton Regional Recap - Record (2-2), Finish (2nd)

1969 - College World Series (at Omaha, Neb.) 6/13/69 L 6-5 (10) Tulsa 6/14/69 L 2-1 (11) Arizona State CWS Recap - Record (0-2), Finish (t-7th)

1969 - NCAA Regional 5/23/69 W 7-5 Santa Clara 5/24/69 W 2-1 Santa Clara Regional Recap - Record (2-0), Finish (1st)

107

3320 2000

College World Series History Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

Champion Arizona South Carolina South Carolina LSU Fresno State Oregon State Oregon State Texas Cal State Fullerton Rice Texas Miami LSU Miami USC LSU LSU Cal State Fullerton Oklahoma LSU Pepperdine LSU Georgia Wichita State Stanford Stanford Arizona Miami Cal State Fullerton Texas Miami Arizona State Arizona Cal State Fullerton USC Arizona State Arizona Texas USC USC USC USC USC Arizona State USC Arizona State Ohio State Arizona State Minnesota USC Michigan USC Minnesota Oklahoma State USC California Minnesota Wake Forest Missouri Michigan Holy Cross Oklahoma Texas Texas USC California

Runner-Up South Carolina Florida UCLA Texas Georgia North Carolina North Carolina Florida Texas Stanford South Carolina Stanford Stanford Florida State Arizona State Alabama Miami USC Georgia Tech Wichita State Cal State Fullerton Wichita State Oklahoma State Texas Arizona State Oklahoma State Florida State Texas Texas Alabama Wichita State Oklahoma State Hawaii Arkansas Arizona State South Carolina Eastern Michigan South Carolina Miami Arizona State Arizona State Southern Illinois Florida State Tulsa Southern Illinois Houston Oklahoma State Ohio State Missouri Arizona Santa Clara Oklahoma State USC Arizona Missouri Penn State Arizona Western Michigan Rollins Texas Missouri Tennessee Washington State Wake Forest Yale Yale


ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT STATS Name

AB

R

Adams, Mannie Allen, Bob Allen, Brenton Amaral, Beau Ammirato, Zak Atkins, Garrett Auten, Jim Averill, Brandon Babineau, Ryan Baron, Brian Bjelland, Tim Berman, Gary Botterman, Barry Boyd, Travis Brown, Trevor Byrnes, Eric Canales, Josh Carrasco, Tony Carrithers, Alden Carroll, Brian Carty, Mike Chambliss, Chris Cline, Scott Cloud, Casey Cohen, Gabe Coston, Roy Craig, Benny Crawford, Brandon Criss, Brian Curtis, Jermaine Dean, Brent DeCinces, Tim Decker, Cody Denove, Chris Dieter, Dave Dodson, Pat Dolak, John Dolan, Brady Dunlap, Blair Ellis, Paul Ervin, Gary Espy, Dean Fiacco, Charlie Followell, Vern Gallagher, Pat Gallego, Mike Gallego, Niko Gausepohl, Dan Gelalich, Jeff Giovinazzo, Chris Giovinazzo, Matt Glantz, John Glaus, Troy Green, Jason Griffin, Preston Haerther, Casey Hamelin, Bob Hamill, Ryan Hankins, Mike Haselman, Billy Heineman, Tyler Heinrichs, Jon Hemming, Jim Hennis, Randy Hinds, Robert Hisey, Steve Holland, Wayne Holley, Bobby Holt, Dennis Hoops, Al Hymes, Mike Jensen, Chris Johnson, Forrest Joslyn, John Karros, Eric Katzaroff, Robbie Keck, Chris Keefer, Cody Kramer, Kevin Krill, Brett Kubinski, Tim Kuehnert, Anthony Lang, Roger LeBlanc, Bill Lohman, Chris

13 3 4 99 17 38 12 4 39 4 1 3 17 0 52 57 15 1 37 0 1 15 25 22 21 0 1 47 2 48 6 20 29 14 4 11 1 19 71 13 4 49 19 9 1 12 42 13 82 57 0 1 50 15 15 17 6 1 17 27 33 53 15 0 18 25 2 27 2 4 5 11 26 8 23 19 4 38 26 15 4 1 13 1 9

1 0 1 20 6 9 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 10 12 3 0 9 0 0 3 7 4 2 1 0 8 0 4 0 4 3 2 0 3 0 4 8 5 0 6 10 1 0 1 9 1 15 7 0 0 14 2 6 3 1 0 4 5 6 13 3 0 0 8 1 7 1 0 1 0 7 4 8 4 0 10 5 0 1 0 1 0 0

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB AVG GP 1 0 1 33 6 15 5 1 10 2 0 1 6 0 17 16 4 0 13 0 0 5 12 6 5 0 0 14 0 19 1 7 9 5 0 4 0 7 21 6 0 14 6 2 0 5 12 1 24 12 0 0 18 4 7 5 2 0 4 8 6 16 4 0 4 10 0 8 1 1 2 3 8 3 6 5 2 11 10 4 0 0 2 0 5

0 0 0 8 3 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 5 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 6 0 6 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 5 2 0 0 3 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 2 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 0 0 0 1 12 7 4 3 12 2 3 0 2 0 5 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 -0 0 8 1 8 3 3 2 1 0 3 3 0 0 0 -1 -13 5 4 4 3 0 0 -0 0 7 3 0 0 4 3 1 0 9 1 5 2 4 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 9 5 2 2 0 1 8 2 4 7 0 1 0 0 1 0 7 5 2 0 17 6 4 3 0 0 0 0 10 13 3 2 2 1 2 0 5 1 0 0 1 4 9 4 3 5 16 6 1 4 0 0 2 2 14 3 0 -2 3 0 0 0 -0 0 1 0 7 1 3 1 8 2 1 3 1 0 4 11 3 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -5 0

2 1 0 22 1 2 0 0 10 1 0 0 -0 8 8 1 0 6 0 --5 5 4 -0 9 1 5 1 1 8 3 2 2 0 5 17 1 2 11 2 0 1 2 9 5 24 16 0 0 12 2 3 4 1 1 2 4 1 6 4 0 2 6 -7 0 -0 2 4 2 2 0 1 3 6 4 1 1 2 -1

0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 6 0 6 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.077 .000 .250 .333 .353 .395 .417 .250 .256 .500 .000 .333 .353 .000 .327 .281 .267 .000 .351 .000 .000 .333 .480 .273 .238 .000 .000 .298 .000 .396 .167 .350 .310 .357 .000 .364 .000 .368 .296 .462 .000 .286 .316 .222 .000 .417 .286 .077 .293 .211 .000 .000 .360 .267 .467 .294 .333 .000 .235 .296 .182 .302 .267 .000 .222 .400 .000 .296 .500 .250 .400 .273 .308 .375 .261 .263 .500 .289 .385 .267 .000 .000 .154 .000 .556

Years

4 1990 2 1987 3 2011, 12 24 2010-12 5 1996 8 1999, 00 3 1979 2 2004 12 2006-08 1 1999 1 1979 1 1986 4 1969 1 1993 17 2010-12 13 1996, 97 5 2000 1 1993 9 2007, 08 1 2011, 12 1 1969 4 1969 7 1986, 87 7 1997 5 2007 2 1969 1 1996 12 2006-08 3 1992 12 2006-08 2 2008 5 1996 9 2006-08 4 2004 2 1993 3 1979 1 1987 6 2007, 08 19 2006, 08, 10 4 1990 2 1979 16 2010, 11 5 1987 3 1979 1 2011, 12 3 1979 12 2010 3 1979 23 2010-12 16 2008, 10, 11 1 2011, 12 1 1990 13 1996, 97 8 1997, 97, 99 4 2004 4 2008 2 1987 1 2000 5 1987, 90 7 1986, 87 12 2010-12 13 1996, 97 5 2000 1 1987 6 1990, 92 7 1986, 87 3 1969 7 1986, 87 2 2010 2 1969 5 1997 3 2006 6 1999, 00 2 1986 5 1987 5 1987, 90 4 2012 12 2010-12 8 2012 6 2010 4 1992, 93 1 1992 3 1979 1 1969 5 1992, 93

Name

AB

R

Lovullo, Torey Lyon, Nick Markel, Aaron Matoian, Chad McCarthy, Ryan McGuire, Ryan McMillan, Brett Melhuse, Adam Merricks, Charles Miller, Mark Mitchell, Freddie Molina, Jake Montanari, Dave Moore, Michael Murphy, Tim Murray, Eddie Myrow, John Navarro, Marc Nista, Brett Norman, Anthony Olson, Cass Osborn, Jeff Page, Jarrad Pearl, Matt Penniall, Will Petretta, Bob Pinto, Aldo Pope, Rick Price, Steve Pritchett, Chris Rahmatulla, Tyler Ravitz, David Reece, Eric Regis, Cody Reinbach, Mike Roberts, David Rodriguez, Jim Rodriguez, Steve Roenicke, Josh Roques, Ryan Runk, Steve Sanserino, Gary Santora, Jack Schafer, Brett Schult, Rob Schwenke, Matt Scott, Bill Scruggs, Tony Sealy, Don Shaw, Tom Shedd, Steve Shelley, Randall Shibata, Keith Slaught, Don Smith, Sean Stewart, Tim Stoll, Dave Stowell, Steve Susdorf, Billy Svetlic, Mike Taylor Jr., Eric Thayer, Matt Theodorou, Nick Tokheim, David Trott, Warren Uribe, Justin Utley, Chase Valaika, Pat Valent, Eric Valent, Royce Vallone, Gar Webb, Kevin Weisser, Mickey Whisler, Wes Williams, Adrian Williams, Kevin Wills, Shawn Wolfe, Joel York, Jim Zamora, Pete Zeile, Shane Zeile, Todd

25 12 0 44 18 31 15 27 33 11 0 17 6 16 13 0 26 6 22 1 3 15 13 29 19 3 2 7 17 15 24 22 7 89 1 30 13 42 11 3 15 18 46 2 0 17 39 15 1 0 16 18 0 11 9 26 0 12 18 13 1 14 44 16 0 51 40 43 56 2 7 15 15 15 2 13 24 18 1 56 7 6

9 1 0 10 3 5 2 7 7 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 4 1 5 0 0 1 2 8 1 0 0 0 2 6 5 5 1 15 0 2 2 7 0 0 1 1 9 0 0 1 11 4 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 3 1 4 0 4 10 2 0 8 12 3 13 0 0 1 0 5 1 1 2 3 0 10 1 2

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB AVG GP 6 3 0 12 4 10 2 7 12 2 0 1 1 3 3 0 8 2 9 1 0 0 2 7 4 1 0 2 6 5 6 6 1 25 0 11 4 9 1 1 3 2 13 0 0 1 17 5 0 0 3 7 0 6 1 3 0 3 4 5 0 4 23 4 0 15 15 9 16 0 1 3 4 4 1 2 2 5 0 18 3 0

1 1 0 2 0 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 6 4 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 5 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

1 10 4 2 2 5 0 0 0 6 4 4 4 0 4 7 2 3 1 4 1 1 6 7 4 3 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 2 6 4 9 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 2 3 1 1 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 5 2 6 8 2 0 1 0 --0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 4 4 5 1 4 5 0 2 1 19 13 25 0 --0 2 3 3 0 0 4 7 6 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 6 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 6 11 3 9 1 5 3 0 --0 --0 --8 3 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 5 0 0 0 3 1 3 3 0 3 2 1 5 0 0 1 4 2 3 5 6 8 2 1 2 0 0 0 3 5 7 11 3 8 6 4 9 20 4 10 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 2 5 1 0 4 2 1 4 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 0 8 4 0 3 0 --12 3 10 1 0 2 0 1 1

*records do not include three of UCLA’s 81 postseason games (5/27/93 vs. Lamar, 5/28/93 vs. Hawaii, 5/26/79 vs. Fresno State)

108

Years

0 .240 7 1986, 87 1 .250 4 1999, 00 0 .000 1 2004 0 .273 11 1996, 97 1 .222 4 2004 1 .323 7 1992, 93 0 .133 5 2004, 06 1 .259 7 1992, 93 0 .364 8 1999, 00 0 .182 3 1979 0 .000 2 2000 0 .059 4 1969 0 .167 2 1979 0 .188 7 1990, 92 0 .231 5 2006-08 0 .000 3 2007, 08 2 .308 7 1992, 93 0 .333 7 2010, 11 0 .409 8 1996, 97 0 1.000 1 2006 0 .000 5 1996, 97 0 .000 5 1986, 87 0 .154 4 2004 0 .241 7 1999, 00 0 .211 7 2004, 06, 07 0 .333 4 1969 0 .000 4 1997, 99 0 .286 2 1969 1 .353 4 1969 9 ,333 4 1990 1 .250 6 2010 1 .273 7 1992, 93 0 .143 3 1999, 00 3 .281 24 2010-12 0 .000 1 1969 3 .367 7 1992, 93 0 .308 4 1969 0 .214 15 2010, 11 0 .091 5 2004, 06 0 .333 4 1997 0 .200 4 1969 1 .111 4 1969 0 .283 13 1996, 97, 99 0 .000 1 1993 0 .000 1 1996 0 .059 7 1992, 93 0 .436 8 1999, 00 0 .333 5 1986, 87 0 .000 2 1969 0 .000 1 1969 0 .188 4 1969 0 .389 5 2000 0 .000 1 1987 0 .545 3 1979 0 .111 3 2006 0 .115 8 2006, 07 0 .000 1 1992 0 .250 4 1986, 87 0 .222 4 2004 0 .385 4 2004 0 .000 1 2006 0 .286 4 2004 0 .523 12 1996, 97 4 .250 4 1990 0 .000 3 2000 1 .294 16 2007, 10 2 .375 8 1999, 00 2 .209 12 2011-12 1 .286 13 1996, 97 0 .000 3 1996, 97 0 .143 3 1992, 93 0 .200 4 1990 0 .267 5 2007, 08 0 .267 4 2004 0 .500 4 2010 0 .154 6 2011-12 1 .083 8 1990, 92 0 .278 4 1990 0 .000 2 1969 0 .321 13 1996, 97 0 .429 4 2012 0 .000 2 1986


ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT STATS Name Adcock, Gary Ambriz, Hector Arrasmith, Scott Bauer, Trevor Berg, David Bollens, Scott Brandt, Jon Brewer, Charles Brooks, Gavin Brophy, Kevin Brummett, Tyson Carter, Ryan Cislak, Chad Claypool, Garett Cole, Gerrit Conine, Jeff Craig, Bill Dale, David Deeter, Ryan Dersom, Tyler Drummond, Matt Goeddel, Erik Grace, Matt Griggs, Scott Hale, Jeffrey Hansen, Guy Heineman, Rick Henkel, Rob Hennis, Randy Hoops, Al Howatt, Jeff Huff, Dave Jacquez, Tom Janicki, Pete Janssen, Casey Jerkens, Kevin Johnson, David Karp, Josh Keller, Dan Klein, Dan Klein, Matt Kramer, Dan Kubinski, Tim Lafferty, Brendan Leary, Tim Lindsay, Tim

W L SV 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

IP

H

12.2 9.0 1.0 39.0 13.2 3.1 15.2 5.0 18.2 2.2 19.2 13.2 1.2 3.2 34.0 1.0 5.0 6.0 2.2 2.1 5.0 6.0 4.1 3.1 1.0 3.0 6.2 19.1 8.0 11.2 0.0 8.1 13.0 28.0 8.0 0.0 7.1 17.1 14.0 12.1 4.0 3.2 9.0 8.0 16.2 15.2

16 4 0 32 5 3 19 7 10 7 22 14 5 3 33 0 8 7 2 0 9 4 4 5 2 2 10 21 10 10 0 9 15 28 2 1 11 15 12 9 6 6 5 2 19 19

R ER BB SO 14 2 0 16 0 0 10 3 7 5 14 16 7 3 16 0 3 7 0 0 3 1 2 2 1 0 5 18 9 6 0 5 7 11 0 2 4 11 5 5 4 5 0 1 13 11

ERA AP GS

10 6 7 7.11 0 4 5 0.00 0 1 0 0.00 13 10 55 3.00 0 2 12 0.00 0 1 1 0.00 6 9 10 3.45 3 2 5 5.40 4 6 19 1.93 5 3 0 16.87 14 6 14 6.41 15 9 10 9.88 5 1 1 27.00 3 2 2 7.36 14 7 40 3.71 0 0 1 0.00 3 4 2 5.40 7 4 1 10.50 0 2 2 0.00 0 2 3 0.00 3 3 5 5.40 0 3 6 0.00 2 2 5 4.15 2 2 5 5.40 1 0 0 9.00 0 0 4 0.00 5 3 4 6.75 11 10 19 5.12 8 3 6 9.00 6 7 7 4.63 0 1 0 0.00 5 2 1 5.40 6 3 8 4.15 11 9 23 3.54 0 1 7 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 4 3 5 4.91 8 11 17 4.15 5 5 5 3.21 4 5 7 2.92 2 4 2 4.50 4 1 3 9.82 0 2 5 0.00 1 4 3 1.13 13 4 6 7.02 11 6 7 6.32

2 1 1 5 7 2 4 1 3 3 3 4 1 1 5 1 3 4 2 1 2 4 4 4 1 1 2 6 1 2 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 3 4 7 4 3 1 3 2 2

2 1 0 5 0 0 1 1 3 0 3 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2

Years

Name

1992, 93 2006 2000 2010, 11 2012 1979 1999, 00 2008 2007, 08 2004, 07 2006, 07 1999, 00 1999 2010 2010, 11 1987 1992 1986, 87 2011-12 1999 2008, 10 2010 2008, 10 2010-12 1992 1969 1996 1997, 00 1987 1969 1993 2006 1997 1990, 92 2004 2000 2004 1999, 00 1996, 97 2008, 10 1996, 97 1992, 93 1992 2007, 08 1979 1990

W L SV

Lodge, Brandon Lynch, Ryan Magnante, Mike Meyer, Jake Miltenberger, Dan Mitchell, John Murphy, Tim Novak, Jason Oseguera, Paul O’Toole, Ryan Parque, Jim Phillips, John Pinto, Aldo Plutko, Adam Pope, Rick Rasmussen, Rob Ridenour, Dana Righetti, Tony Roe, Bobby Rustich, Brant Sanchez, Alex Schanz, Scott Schmidt, Paul Schroeder, Brian Schulhofer, Adam Schwengel, Kris Sheredy, Kevin Shibata, Keith Simon, Adam Sollecito, Gabe St. George, Nick Stoll, Dave Stowell, Steve Strelitz, Brian Vander Tuig, Nick Vdovkin, Michael Watson, Grant Weiss, Zack Wenrick, Bill Whisler, Wes White, Garett Wilson, Kyle York, Jim Young, Matt Zamora, Pete Zancanaro, Dave

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

IP 1.0 0.1 10.1 2.1 1.0 2.1 17.0 8.1 1.1 1.0 28.1 2.2 1.0 30.2 17.1 28.1 2.0 2.1 7.1 2.0 15.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 5.1 0.2 9.0 10.2 5.0 5.1 9.1 0.2 5.2 1.0 23.1 1.2 3.1 13.1 4.0 7.0 1.0 1.1 7.1 7.1 15.2 8.1

H

R ER BB SO

ERA AP GS

3 1 1 0 1 9.00 1 5 5 3 0 135.14 18 16 14 5 4 12.19 1 5 5 5 2 19.29 4 4 4 1 1 36.00 1 2 2 1 2 7.72 16 6 5 5 12 2.65 6 4 3 3 4 3.24 1 0 0 0 1 0.00 1 1 1 1 1 9.00 21 7 7 13 33 2.22 6 5 5 2 3 16.87 0 0 0 0 1 0.00 15 3 3 9 27 0.88 17 6 2 5 16 1.04 25 9 9 9 28 2.86 2 1 1 2 1 4.50 1 1 0 1 1 0.00 8 4 3 4 2 3.68 1 0 0 1 2 0.00 22 17 16 17 13 9.39 1 0 0 2 1 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 1 0.00 8 5 4 4 1 6.75 1 1 0 0 0 0.00 9 4 4 6 9 4.00 9 7 7 6 8 5.91 5 4 4 3 5 7.20 6 6 3 6 3 5.06 16 9 7 3 2 6.75 0 0 0 1 0 0.00 8 5 4 4 1 6.35 2 4 4 3 0 36.00 16 8 7 4 26 2.70 0 0 0 0 2 0.00 5 2 2 3 2 5.40 14 8 8 9 10 5.40 6 2 2 0 2 4.50 7 4 4 1 7 5.14 3 2 2 0 1 18.00 2 2 2 2 3 13.50 8 2 0 5 9 0.00 11 9 7 4 5 8.59 23 12 8 5 5 4.60 9 5 5 6 6 5.40

1 1 3 3 1 2 3 5 1 1 5 1 1 4 2 5 1 2 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 1 1 1 6 1 2 3 5 1 2 1 3 1 3 2

0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 2 5 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1

Years 2010 1996 1986, 87 1996, 97 2004 1993 2007, 08 2006-08 2006 1996 1996, 97 1997 1997 2011-12 1969 2008, 10 1986 1997 1999, 00 2004 1986, 87 1990 2006 2004 1992 1993 1996 1986, 87 2004 1992, 93 1996, 97 1992 1987 1999 2011-12 1990 2012 2011-12 1986, 87 2004 2004 2004 1969 1979 1996, 97 1990

UCLA’S CUMULATIVE POSTSEASON STATS (2013 ROSTER) Player Chris Keck Shane Zeile Kevin Kramer Cody Regis Brenton Allen Pat Valaika Kevin Williams Brian Carroll Pat Gallagher Totals

AVG .500 .429 .385 .281 .250 .209 .154 .000 .000 .278

GP-GS 4-0 4-2 8-8 24-24 3-2 12-12 6-5 1-0 1-0 ----

Player David Berg Ryan Deeter Adam Plutko Nick Vander Tuig Grant Watson Zack Weiss Totals

ERA 0.00 0.00 0.88 2.70 5.40 5.40 2.07

W-L 0-0 0-0 4-0 2-2 0-0 1-1 7-3

AB 4 7 26 89 4 43 13 0 1 187 APP 7 2 4 6 2 3 24

R 0 1 5 15 1 3 1 0 0 26 GS 0 0 4 3 0 3 10

CG 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

H 2 3 10 25 1 9 2 0 0 52

2B 0 0 3 4 0 0 1 0 0 8

3B 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

HR 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 5

RBI 1 1 3 19 0 6 2 0 0 32

SHO/CBO 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0

SV 1 0 0 1 0 0 2

IP 13.2 2.2 30.2 23.1 3.1 13.1 87.0

H 5 2 15 16 5 14 57

109

TB 2 3 13 44 1 11 3 0 0 77 R 0 0 3 8 2 8 21

SLG .500 .429 .500 .494 .250 .255 .125 .000 .000 .412

BB 0 0 2 13 1 4 1 0 0 21

HBP 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

SO 1 2 6 25 1 9 3 0 1 48

GDP 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

ER 0 0 3 7 2 8 20

BB 2 2 9 4 3 9 29

SO 12 2 27 26 2 10 79

2B 0 1 2 5 0 5 13

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OBP .400 .500 .429 .379 .400 .271 .214 .000 .000 .354 HR 0 0 3 1 0 0 4

SF 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

AB 43 9 103 84 13 51 303

SH 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 OAV .116 .222 .146 .190 .385 .275 .188

SB-AT 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-8

FLD% .000 .000 .952 .938 .000 .974 1.000 --.000 .960

WP HBP BK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 3 5 0


SINGLE-GAME POSTSEASON RECORDS HITTING HITS 1. Nick Theodorou 2. 15 times

5 4

at Oklahoma State NCAA Regional last, Niko Gallego vs. Florida (2010 CWS)

5/25/97 6/19/10

HOME RUNS 1. Jeff Gelalich Cody Regis Ryan McCarthy Bill Scott Jon Heinrichs Steve Hisey Jim Auten

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

vs. Creighton vs. Cal State Fullerton at Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State at Oklahoma State at Arizona State vs. Cal State Fullerton

NCAA Regional NCAA Super Reg. NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional

6/3/12 6/12/10 6/5/04 5/29/99 5/25/97 5/25/87 5/28/79

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

vs. TCU College World Series vs. Cal State Fullerton NCAA Super Reg. at Cal State Fullerton NCAA Super Reg. at Oklahoma NCAA Regional at Oklahoma NCAA Regional at Wichita State NCAA Regional at Oklahoma State NCAA Regional at Oklahoma State NCAA Regional vs. Harvard NCAA Regional at Texas A&M NCAA Regional vs. Oklahoma NCAA Regional

6/21/10 6/11/10 6/10/07 5/28/00 5/27/00 5/29/99 5/25/97 5/25/97 5/24/97 5/29/93 5/24/92

4 4 4 4 4 3

at Oklahoma NCAA Regional at Oklahoma State NCAA Regional vs. Ohio NCAA Regional vs. Pepperdine NCAA Regional vs. Pepperdine NCAA Regional last, two players vs. Creighton (2012 Regional)

6/5/04 5/25/97 5/23/97 5/24/87 5/24/87 6/3/12

8 6 6 5 5 5 5 4

at Oklahoma State NCAA Regional vs. Yale NCAA Regional vs. Pepperdine NCAA Regional vs. Delaware NCAA Regional vs. Ohio NCAA Regional vs. Fordham NCAA Regional vs. Hawaii NCAA Regional last, Jeff Gelalich vs. Creighton (2012 Regional)

5/25/97 5/23/92 5/24/87 5/26/00 5/23/97 5/26/90 5/22/87 6/3/12

DOUBLES 1. Beau Amaral Tyler Rahmatulla Justin Uribe Randall Shelley Bill Scott Brian Baron Pete Zamora Troy Glaus Chad Matoian Adam Melhuse Ryan McGuire

Jon Heinrichs, OF (1994-1997)

WALKS 1. Cody Keefer Cody Regis Blair Dunlap Tyler Rahmatulla Troy Glaus Torey Lovullo Charlie Fiacco Torey Lovullo 9. 43 times

RUNS SCORED 1. Preston Griffin Eric Valent Eric Byrnes Charlie Fiacco Eric Karros 6. 25 times

RUNS BATTED IN 1. Jon Heinrichs 2. Ryan McGuire Eric Karros 4. Garrett Atkins Eric Valent Mike Moore Scott Cline 8. 12 times

Beau Amaral, OF (2010-2012)

3 vs. Stony Brook College World Series 3 vs. TCU College World Series 3 vs. Cal State Fullerton NCAA Super Reg. 3 vs. Kent State NCAA Regional 3 vs. Ohio NCAA Regional 3 vs. Pepperdine NCAA Regional 3 vs. Pepperdine NCAA Regional 3 vs. Hawaii NCAA Regional 2 last, Kevin Kramer vs. Stony Brook (2012 CWS)

6/15/12 6/26/10 6/12/10 6/4/10 5/23/97 5/24/87 5/24/87 5/24/87 6/15/12

3 2 2 2 2 2 2

vs. Fordham vs. Cal State Fullerton vs. Cal State Fullerton at Texas vs. North Carolina vs. Oklahoma vs. South Alabama

NCAA Regional NCAA Super Reg. NCAA Super Reg. NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional

5/26/90 6/13/10 6/12/10 5/23/96 5/29/93 5/21/92 5/25/90

12.0 10.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0

vs. Oklahoma vs. Santa Clara vs. Creighton vs. Fresno State vs. Cal State Fullerton at Long Beach State vs. Illinois-Chicago vs. Pepperdine vs. UC Irvine at Wichita State vs. S.W. Missouri State at Texas vs. Yale vs. Georgia Southern vs. Fordham vs. Cal State Fullerton

NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Super Reg. NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional

5/21/92 5/24/69 6/1/12 6/4/11 6/13/10 6/3/07 6/2/07 6/1/07 6/2/06 5/29/99 5/25/96 5/23/96 5/23/92 5/28/90 5/26/90 5/25/79

14 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11 9 9 9 9 9

vs. Fresno State NCAA Regional vs. TCU College World Series vs. TCU College World Series at Cal State Fullerton NCAA Super Reg. vs. New Mexico NCAA Regional vs. San Francisco NCAA Regional vs. Florida College World Series vs. LSU NCAA Regional at Texas NCAA Regional vs. Cal State Fullerton NCAA Super Reg. vs. Delaware NCAA Regional at Oklahoma State NCAA Regional vs. S.W. Missouri State NCAA Regional vs. Oklahoma NCAA Regional

6/4/11 6/26/10 6/21/10 6/10/07 6/2/12 6/3/11 6/19/10 6/5/10 5/23/96 6/13/10 5/26/00 5/25/97 5/25/96 5/21/92

8 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

vs. Hawaii NCAA Regional vs. Miami College World Series vs. S.W. Missouri State NCAA Regional vs. Hawaii NCAA Regional vs. S.W. Missouri State NCAA Regional at Wichita State NCAA Regional vs. Oklahoma State NCAA Regional vs. Miami College World Series at Wichita State NCAA Regional vs. South Alabama NCAA Regional

5/22/87 5/31/97 5/25/96 5/22/86 5/25/96 5/29/99 5/28/99 5/31/97 5/27/90 5/25/90

STOLEN BASES 1. Robbie Katzaroff 2. Niko Gallego Niko Gallego Jon Heinrichs John Myrow David Roberts David Tokheim

PITCHING INNINGS PITCHED 1. Pete Janicki 2. Rick Pope 3. Adam Plutko Trevor Bauer Rob Rasmussen Tim Murphy Gavin Brooks Keith Shibata Hector Ambriz Jon Brandt Kevin Sheredy Jim Parque Tim Kubinski Tim Lindsay Pete Janicki Tim Leary

STRIKEOUTS Pete Janicki, RHP (1990-1992)

1. Trevor Bauer 2. Trevor Bauer Gerrit Cole 4. Gavin Brooks 5. Nick Vander Tuig Gerrit Cole Trevor Bauer Trevor Bauer Jim Parque 10. Rob Rasmussen Rob Henkel Jim Parque Kevin Sheredy Pete Janicki

WALKS 1. Alex Sanchez 2. Jim Parque Kevin Sheredy Alex Sanchez Kevin Sheredy 6. Jon Brandt Josh Karp Jake Meyer Dave Zancanaro Tim Lindsay

Tim Murphy, LHP (2006-2008)

*records do not include three of UCLA’s 81 postseason games (5/27/93 vs. Lamar, 5/28/93 vs. Hawaii, 5/26/79 vs. Fresno State)

110


CAREER POSTSEASON RECORDS HITTING GAMES PLAYED

DOUBLES

1. Beau Amaral (2010-12) Cody Regis (2010-12) 3. Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) 4. Blair Dunlap (2006, 08, 10) 5. Trevor Brown (2010-12) 6. Dean Espy (2010, 11) Chris Giovinazzo (2008, 10, 11) Justin Uribe (2007, 10)

24 24 23 19 17 16 16 16

1. Beau Amaral (2010-12) 2. Justin Uribe (2007, 10) 3. Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) Bill Scott (1999, 00) Jon Heinrichs (1996, 97) Pete Zamora (1996, 97)

8 6 5 5 5 5

TRIPLES 1. 16 players

HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Beau Amaral (2010-12) Cody Regis (2010-12) Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) Nick Theodorou (1996, 97) Blair Dunlap (2006, 08, 10)

33 25 24 23 21

WALKS 1. Cody Regis (2010-12) Troy Glaus (1996, 97) 3. Cody Keefer (2010-12) 4. Torey Lovullo (1986, 87) 5. Steve Rodriguez (2010, 11) Charlie Fiacco (1987)

AT-BATS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Beau Amaral (2010-12) Cody Regis (2010-12) Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) Blair Dunlap (2006, 08, 10) Chris Giovinazzo (2008, 10, 11) Eric Byrnes (1996, 97)

99 89 82 71 57 57

RUNS SCORED 1. Beau Amaral (2010-12) 2. Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) Cody Regis (2010-12) 4. Troy Glaus (1996, 97) 5. Jon Heinrichs (1996, 97) Eric Valent (1996, 97)

Nick Theodorou, INF (1995-1998) BATTING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(min. 20 at-bats)

Hits

At-bats

Games

AVG.

23 12 17 9 10 19 15 10 15 10

44 25 39 22 25 48 38 26 40 27

12 7 8 8 7 12 8 8 8 6

.523 .480 .436 .409 .400 .396 .395 .385 .375 .370

Eric Valent (1996, 97) Cody Regis (2010-12) Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) Jon Heinrichs (1996, 97) Steve Hisey (1986, 87)

20 19 17 16 14

Nick Theodorou (1996, 97) Scott Cline (1986, 87) Bill Scott (1999, 00) Brett Nista (1996, 97) Steve Hisey (1986, 87) Jermaine Curtis (2006-08) Garrett Atkins (1999, 00) Kevin Kramer (2012) Chase Utley (1999, 00) Mike Mitchell (1992, 93)

HOME RUNS

20 15 15 14 13 13

1 13 13 11 10 7 7

STOLEN BASES 1. Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) Niko Gallego (2010) 3. Robbie Katzaroff (1987, 90) 4. Beau Amaral (2010-12) David Tokheim (1990)

6 6 5 4 4

STRIKEOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Cody Regis (2010-12) Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) Beau Amaral (2010-12) Blair Dunlap (2006, 08, 10) Chris Giovinazzo (2008, 10)

25 24 22 17 16

RUNS BATTED IN

1. Jeff Gelalich (2010-12) Cody Regis (2010-12) Chase Utley (1999, 00) Eric Valent (1996, 97) Steve Hisey (1986, 87)

5 5 5 5 5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Blair Dunlap, OF (2006-2010)

PITCHING EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(min. 12.0 innings)

David Berg (2012) Adam Plutko (2011, 12) Rick Pope (1969) Gavin Brooks (2007, 08) Jim Parque (1996, 97) Tim Murphy (2007, 08) Nick Vander Tuig (2011, 12) Rob Rasmussen (2008, 10) Dan Klein (2008, 10) Trevor Bauer (2010, 11)

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 2. 3. 4.

ER

IP

App.

ERA

0 3 2 4 7 5 7 9 4 13

13.2 30.2 17.1 18.2 28.1 17.0 23.1 28.1 12.1 39.0

7 4 2 3 5 3 6 5 7 5

0.00 0.88 1.04 1.13 2.22 2.65 2.70 2.86 2.92 3.00

STRIKEOUTS

Trevor Bauer (2010) Gerrit Cole (2010) Adam Plutko (2011, 12) Rob Rasmussen (2008, 10) Jim Parque (1996, 97)

39.0 35.0 30.2 28.1 28.1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Trevor Bauer (2010, 11) Gerrit Cole (2010, 11) Jim Parque (1996, 97) Rob Rasmussen (2008, 10) Adam Plutko (2011, 12)

Trevor Bauer, RHP (2009-2011) APPEARANCES 1. David Berg (2012) Dan Klein (2008, 10) 3. Nick Vander Tuig (2011, 12) Rob Henkel (1997, 00)

SAVES 7 7 6 6

GAMES STARTED 1. Trevor Bauer (2010, 11) Gerrit Cole (2010, 11) Rob Rasmussen (2008, 10) 4. Adam Plutko (2011, 12) Jim Parque (1996, 97)

5 5 5 4 4

1. Gabe Sollecito (1992, 93) 2. 10 players

2 1

WINS 1. Adam Plutko (2011, 12) Trevor Bauer (2010) 3. Nick Vander Tuig (2011, 12) Gerrit Cole (2010) Rob Rasmussen (2008, 10) Josh Karp (1999, 00) Jim Parque (1996, 97) Pete Janicki (1992, 93)

4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2

111

Jim Parque, LHP (1995-97)

55 40 33 28 27


JERSEY NUMBER HISTORY (since 1977)

1 Jeff Turley Chris Keck Adrian Williams Jermaine Curtis Jarrad Page Chad Concolino Ben Francisco Billy Pieper Peter Zamora Glenn Mickens (AC)

2013 2012 2009-2011 2006-2008 2003, 2005 2004 2001-2002 1998-1999 1995-1997 1977-1989

2 T.J. Bruce (AC) Niko Gallego Brian Green (AC) Tommy Lansdon Ryan McCarthy Chad Concolino Gary Adcock (AC) Robert Hinds (AC) Tom Jacquez Zak Amirato Robert Hinds (AC) Tom Jacquez Chris Pritchett Hiro Watada (AC) Hector Cano Chris Vatcher (AC) Mark Blesius Steve Moscaret Steve Sakowski Don Slaught

2011-2013 2009-2010 2006-2008 2005 2004 2002-2003 2001 1999-2000 1997 1993-1996 1992 1997 1990-1991 1989 1985 1984 1983 1981 1979-1980 1977

3 Christoph Bono Kevin Kramer Steve Rodriguez Brandon Crawford Sean Smith Matt Thayer Eric Reece Eric Valent Travis Boyd Torey Lovullo Gary Crabtree Mike Gallego

2013 2012 2009-2011 2007-2008 2005-2006 2002-2004 1999-2001 1996-1998 1991-1995 1984-1987 1982 1979-1981

4 Eric Filia Aaron Weimer Chris Amezquita Brent Dean Will Penniall Khelyn Smith (UAC) Khelyn Smith Brennan Burns Dave Schmidt Adam Melhuse David Roberts Robbie Katzaroff David Alarid Rich Amaral Chris Smith Mark Miller Gary Rasmussen

2012-2013 2010-2011 2009 2008 2003-2007 2002 2001 1997 1994-1996 1992-1993 1991 1987, 1989-1990 1984-1985 1982 1980-1981 1979 1977

5 Kevin Williams Tyler Rahmatulla Brady Dolan Mike Metzger Preston Griffin Ryan Hamill Jason Green Scott Seal Ryan McGuire Mike Hankins Brent Brakebill Julian DeLaTorre Bob Lockwood Tim Ammentorp

2012-2013 2009-2011 2007-2008 2005-2006 2001-2004 2000 1996-1999 1994-1995 1991-1993 1988-1990 1983-1985 1981-1982 1980 1977-1979

6 Jacob Shirley P.C. Shaw (AC) Cody Decker Sean Carpenter Josh Arhart Jon Brandt Eric Byrnes Jeff Marquez Gary Hagy John Giantz Mike Fyhrie

2011 2010 2007-2000 2003-2006 2002 1999-2001 1995-1998 1994 1991 1990 1988-1989

Gary Gorski Ken Gaylor (AC) Tim Bjelland Jim Auten

1985 1980-1984 1978-1979 1977

7 Kevin Kramer Cody Keefer Gavin Brooks Cody Decker Chris Denove Adam Berry Chase Utley Jack Santora Malcolm Breaux David Ravitz Dave Zancanaro David Dale Sean Berry Matt Morrison Jeff McDonald Vern Followell Steve Sakowski

2013 2010-2012 2007-2009 2006 2003-2005 2001-2002 2000 1995-1999 1994 1991-1993 1988-1990 1986-1987 1985 1983-1984 1980-1982 1978-1979 1977

8 Trent Chatterton Tyler Heineman Matt Drummond Brandon Crawford Kevin Conlin Matt Pearl Al Thielemann Tom Jacquez Tony Carasco David Ravitz Mike Hankins Gary Berman John Barry Vince Lopez Brent Brakebill Greg Norman Mark Miller Mobil Cox

2013 2011-2012 2007-2010 2006 2002-2005 1999-2001 1997-1998 1995-1996 1992-1994 1989-1990 1987 1986 1985 1984 1982 1980-1981 1979 1977-1978

9 Adam Plutko Blair Dunlap Brian Schroeder Gary Adcock (AC) Randall Shelley Jon Brandt Chad Matoian John Myrow Brian Schwartz Chuck Yaeger Ken Trammell Matt Odeski

2011-2013 2007-2010 2004-2006 2002-2003 1999-2001 1998 1994-1997 1991-1993 1986-1990 1982-1984 1979-1981 1977-1978

10 Pat Valaika Steve Pearse (AC) Corey Ashner Parker Hanks Brandon Averill Doug Silva Josh Arhart Rob Henkel Mike Seal David Roberts Chris Lohman Tony Darden Dave Tokheim Mike Ephraim Vince Lopez Michael Alexander Mike Young Rick Krikorian Don Slaught Phil Varner

2011-2013 2009-2010 2007 2005 2004 2002-2003 2001 1997-2000 1995 1992-1994 1991 1989-1990 1988 1986-1987 1985 1984 1983 1981-1982 1979-1980 1977

11 James Kaprielian Trevor Brown Trevor Bauer Alden Carrithers David Huff Brian Green (AC) Vince Beringhele (AC) Mike Mitchell Kevin Webb Scott Cline Steve Stowell Vince Beringhele

2013 2010-2012 2009 2007-2008 2006 2005 1995-2004 1992-1994 1990-1991 1988-1989 1984-1987 1981-1983

Dave Will Raymond Townsend

1979-1980 1977-1978

12 Grant Watson Gerrit Cole Ryan Babineau Kris Kasarjian Mike Svetlic Ryan McCarthy Paul Diaz Gabe Crecion Kamau Edwards Vince Beringhele (AC) Joel Wolfe Scott St. John Gary Berman Rich Amaral Tim Gudim Roger Lang Kelly Combs

2012-2013 2009-2011 2006-2008 2005 2004 2002-2003 1999-2001 1997-1998 1996 1992-1994 1989-1991 1986-1987 1985 1983 1981-1982 1979-1980 1977

13 Gary Adams (HC)

1977-2004

14 Shane Zeile Dean Espy Casey Haerther Eric Taylor, Jr. Wes Whisler Doug Silva Brian Baron Royce Valent (UAC) Royce Valent Kamau Edwards Dave Stoll Chris Lohman Bob Allen Tony Scruggs Dana Ridenour Matt Morrison Robin Coates Ron Cummings Gary Ervin Louis Rodriguez

2012-2013 2010-2011 2007-2009 2005-2006 2002-2004 2001 1999-2000 1998 1996-1997 1994-1995 1991 1990 1988-1989 1987 1984-1986 1982 1981 1980 1978-1979 1977

15 Kevin Williams Justin Uribe Paul Oseguera Sean Smith Chris Cordeiro Nick Lyon Matt Walker Tim DeCinces Michael Moore John Dishon Tony Scruggs Pete Beall Todd Gauntlett Jim Auten Mike Ortega

2011 2007-2010 2005-2006 2004 2003 1998-2002 1997 1993-1996 1990-1992 1988 1986 1981-1984 1980 1978-1979 1977

16 Nick Kern Richard Brehaut Ian Williams Alex Weber-Shapiro Brett Krill Brent Dean Corey Ashner Daniel Reid Sean Smith Daniel Reid Jason Green (AC) Shane Miranda Dan Keller Rob Schult John Ellis Chris Lillich (UAC) Jeff Osborn Jim Ramsey Tom Baine Steve Bono Phil Mack Tim Leary

2013 2011-2012 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2000-2001 1998-1999 1995-1997 1993-1994 1989-1990 1985-1988 1984 1983 1982 1981 1977-1979

17 Rex Peters (AC) Dennis Holt P.C. Shaw (AC) Josh Roenicke Daniel Reid Mike Kunes Derek Fowler

112

2012-2013 2010-2011 2007-2009 2005-2006 2004 2000-2003 1997-1998

Nick Dieter Brian Stephenson Matt Schwenke Tip Lefebvre (AC) Scott Cline Chip Graham David Alarid David Montanari Dan Gausepohl Ron Roenicke

1996 1994 1991-1993 1987-1990 1986 1984 1982-1983 1981 1978-1979 1977

18 Cody Regis Gino Aielli Mickey Weisser Anthony Norman Jeff Abney Scott Arrasmith Rich Hofman Casey Cloud Allen Jerkens Mike Jaramillo Tim Kubinski Mannie Adams Randy Hennis Steve Hisey Scott Nolind Dave Schmidt

2010-2013 2009 2007-2008 2004-2006 2002-2003 2000 1999 1998 1995-1996 1994 1991-1993 1988-1990 1985-1987 1984 1980 1977

19 Jake Silverman (AC) Eddie Murray Matt Sharp Mike Davern Chad Cislak Mike Hymes Derek Fowler Anthony Kuehnert Paul Ellis Eric Nolte Jeff Hirsch Dan Bridges (AC) Pat Clements Loren Drake Matt Young John Violette

2011-2013 2006-2009 2003-2005 2001-2002 1998-2000 1997 1996 1991-1994 1988-1990 1985 1984 1982 1981 1980 1979 1977-1978

20 Jeff Gelalich Raul Duran Brett McMillan Jason Green (AC) Charles Merricks Matt Klein Derek Tamburro Robert Hinds David Keating Guy Hansen (AC) Neal Newns John Nero Tony Perri Neal Marder Mike Gerakos (AC)

2010-2012 2007-2009 2003-2006 2001 1999-2000 1996-1998 1993-1994 1990-1991 1988-1989 1986 1985 1984 1982 1981 1977-1980

21 Nick Vander Tuig Chris Giovinazzo Tim Schlatter Nolan Rouse Kyle Wilson Josh Karp Brian Kriss Glenn Thompkins John Lukin Jeff Huberts Gary Adcock (UAC) Gary Adcock Mike Fyhrie Charlie Fiacco Guy Hansen (AC) Shane Mack Andy Center Jim Thomas Floyd Chiffer

2012-2013 2010-2011 2008-2009 2005-2007 2002-2004 1999-2001 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1992-1993 1990-1991 1986-1989 1985 1982-1984 1981 1979-1980 1977-1978

22 John Savage (HC) Casey Janssen Rich Hofman Brian Strelitz Brett Nista Brian Criss David Tokheim Robbie Katzaroff

2005-2013 2001-2004 2000 1999 1995-1998 1992 1989-1991 1988


JERSEY NUMBER HISTORY (since 1977) Bobby Holley Daniel Sullivan Pat Clements Paul Conley Reggie West Ron Cummings Brian Viselli

1986-1987 1984 1982-1983 1981 1980 1979 1977

23 Brenton Allen Dan Klein Tyson Brummett Pat Shine (AC) Adam Simon Casey Grzecka Aldo Pinto Kevin Sheredy Brett Schafer Dave Stoll Don Tamburro (AC) Tim Byrne Alex Sanchez Lindsay Meggs Jim Thomas

2011-2013 2008-2010 2007 2006 2003-2005 2001-2002 1997-2000 1996 1993-1995 1992 1989-1990 1988 1985-1987 1981-1984 1977-1978

24 Brian Carroll Brett Krill Tim Murphy Pat Shine (AC) John Violette Christian Lewis Michael Hymes Brian Criss (AC) Jason Green Jeffrey Hale Derek Vaughn Tim Lindsay John Joslyn Ken Bloom Brian Graham John Peel Robbie Henderson

2011-2013 2009-2010 2006-2008 2005 2004 2000-2003 1998-1999 1996-1997 1995 1991-1992 1989-1990 1987 1985-1986 1983-1984 1979-1982 1978 1977

25 Chris Keck Beau Amaral Charles Brewer Garett White Daniel Reid Ryan Cheo Ryan Carter Troy Glaus Dave Dieter David Schultz Shawn Wills Joe James Craig Good Jeff Hirsch Chris Krug (AC) Craig Johnson

2013 2010-2012 2007-2009 2003-2006 2002 2001 1998-2000 1995-1997 1993-1994 1991 1990 1988 1986 1985 1977, 1980-1984 1978

26 David Berg Jordan Haver Blair Dunlap Jonathan Medici Josh Roenicke Freddie Mitchell Kurt Birkins Nick Theodorou Chris Lohman Derek Tamburro Mike Kerber Eric Karros Scott Kershaw Andy Naworski Joe Smalls Dave Schmidt Dave Rucker

2012-2013 2007-2011 2006 2004-2005 2003 2000 1999 1995-1998 1993-1994 1990-1991 1989 1986-1988 1985 1984 1982 1978-1979 1977

27 Pat Gallagher Rob Rasmussen Tim Stewart Jarrad Page Warren Trott Chase Utley Michael Caravelli Brett Schafer Zac Reeder Scott Cline Rich Smith Bruce Elkins

2011-2013 2008-2010 2006-2007 2004 2000-2003 1998-1999 1993-1994, 1997 1992 1989-1991 1987 1985-1986 1984

Mark Wiede Andy Center Eric Broersma Ray Tromba

1981-1982 1979-1980 1978 1977

28 Justin Hazard Rick Vanderhook (AC) Marc Navarro Brant Rustich Kevin Jerkens Matt Pearl Jim Parque Ryan Berry Kurt Schwengel Chris Pritchett Bob Allen Jim Ramsey David Bond Doug Cole Tim Page John Peel

2012-2013 2009-2011 2008 2004-2007 2000-2003 1998 1995-1997 1994 1990-1993 1989 1987 1986 1984-1985 1981-1982 1979-1980 1977

29 Ty Moore Brent Dean (UAC) Jeff Rapoport Chris Jensen Matt Thayer Ryan McCann Freddie Mitchell Sam Brownell Josh Morton Scott Berger Adam Schulhofer Steve Hisey Eric Nolte Altie Schmitt Chuck Yaeger Dave Montanari Tim Bjelland

2013 2009 2007-2008 2002-2006 2001 2000 1998 1996-1997 1995 1994 1989-1992 1985-197 1984 1982 1981 1978-1980 1977

30 Jake Ehret Marc Navarro Hector Ambriz Mike Castillo Tyler Dersom Justin Alumbaugh Charles Merricks Mike Jaramillo Gar Vallone Scott Schanz Andy Naworski Chris Schultz Bob Larimer Barry Silver Dave Baker

2012-2013 2009-2011 2004-2006 2002-2003 2000 1999 1998 1996-1997 1992-1995 1998-1990 1985 1983-1984 1981-1982 1980 1977, 1979

31 Darrell Miller Jr. Michael Kerman Nick Vander Tuig Matt Grace Matt Jones (AC) Kyle Mowery Josh Canales Sam Madrid Robin Dreizler (AC) John Sutherland Dennis Delany (AC) Neal Newns Tom Harmon Kip Long Dennis Delany

2013 2012 2011 2009-2010 2005-2008 2002-2004 2000-2001 1997 1991-1995 1987-1990 1985 1984 1983 1979-1980 1977-1978

32 Zack Weiss Chase Brewer Matt Grace Andy Suiter Sam Ray Hector Ambriz Ryan Rasmussen Garrett Atkins Jon Heinrichs Jon Van Zandt Tim Lindsay Keith Shibata Bob Larimer Colin Ward Pat Dodson Tim O’Neill

2011-2013 2009 2008 2007 2004-2006 2003 2001-2002 1998-2000 1995-1997 1993 1989-1991 1985-1987 1983-1984 1981-1982 1979-1980 1977-1978

33 Hunter Virant Eric Jaffe Erik Goeddel Sam Ray Scott Botterman Rashad Parker Justin Wade Ryan Roques Dan Keller Bobby Kazmirski John Dolak Dick Foreman (AC) Larry Silver

40 2013 2011-2012 2008-2010 2007 2003-2006 2001-2002 2000 1998-1999 1996-1997 1993-1995 1987-1990 1979, 1981 1977

34 Cody Poteet Chase Brewer Brendan Lafferty David Johnson Wade Clark Tony Righetti Ryan Lynch Kris Schwengel Chris Spears Tim Gudim Doug LaValley

2013 2010-2012 2005-2009 2003-2004 1999-2002 1997-1998 1994-1996 1990-1993 1988 1980 1977

35 Chase Radan Zack Ortiz Mitchell Beacom Jason Zinser David Johnson Brian Baron Adam Berry Rick Heineman Mike Lewis Bill Haselman Jeff Pries Herb Fauland David Will

2013 2012 2008-2011 2005-2007 2002 2001 1998-2000 1992-1996 1988-1991 1985-1987 1982-1984 1979-1980 1977-1978

36 Matt Giovinazzo Dustin Quist Nick Palchikoff Brandon Averill Forrest Johnson Ryan O’Toole Pete Janicki Kevin Webb Eric Bates Jeff Conine Mike Young Eric Broersma Craig Johnson

2010-2012 2006-2009 2005 2001-2003 1998-2000 1994-1997 1990-1992 1989 1988 1985-1987 1982 1980-1981 1977

37 Andy Suiter Aaron Markel Matt Sharp John Phillips Jeff Howatt Shawn Wills Tom Szymanski Todd Zeile Mike Burkland Gary Fradella Scott Bollens

2006 2003-2005 2001-2002 1994-1998 1993 1991-1992 1989-1990 1984-1986 1982-1983 1980 1977-1979

Ryan Deeter Jason Novak Tyler Dersom Brandon Rogers Bill Craig Vince Beringhele (AC) Mike Magnante Scott Marsh Colin Morisako

41

Jason D’Andrea Brandon Lodge Kevin Brophy Warren Trott Darren Chandler Seth Bean Michael Caravelli

42

113

1996-1997 1994

43 Niko Gallego Robert Dickmann Jim Hemming Billy Pieper Dan Kramer

2008 2006 1999-2001 1997 1993-1994

44 Brett Urabe Madison Poole Matt Mosher Gabe Cohen Daniel Miltenberger Bill Scott Benny Craig Jamie Nelson (AC) Don Tamburro (AC)

2013 2012 2010-2011 2007-2009 2004-2006 1998-2000 1994-1996 1993 1991-1992

45 Max Schuh Christoph Bono Brady Dolan Billy Susdorf Edward Jung Ryan Roques Jon Cannon Sal Moreno Brian Criss

2013 2012 2006 2002-2004 2000 1997 1994 1992-1993 1991

46 Jeff Howatt Gabe Sollecito John Winnek

1994-1995 1992-1993 1991

47 Aaron Weimer Trevor Bauer Leandro Dottavio Cody Joyce Scott Fitterer Jim Bonds

2012-2013 2010-2011 2005 1998-1999 1994 1991-1992

48 Tucker Forbes Scott Griggs Matt Mosher Paul Diaz Doug Jarvis

2013 2010-2012 2009 1998 1994

49 2012-2013 2007-2010 2005 2002 1998 1997 1994 1991 1990 1988 1987 1984 1981-1983 1980

39 Tyson Brummett Christian Lewis Nick St. George Ian Calip Dave Gorrie (AC) Bill Wenrick Tom Grinstead

2012 2008, 2010-2011 2004-2007 1999 1996 1994 1992

Ryan Reightley John Mitchell

38 Tyler Scott Garett Claypool Tim Baker Chris Denove Khelyn Smith Casey Cloud David Bourne Mike Eby Michael Vdovkin Bobby Holley Bob Hamelin Mitch Miller (AC) Bob Westland Matt Young

2010-2013 2006-2009 1998-1999 1997 1992-1994 1990-1991 1987-1988 1984-1985 1982

2006 1999 1994-1997 1990-1991 1989 1984-1987 1982

Chris Giovinazzo Brent Concolino Cassidy Olson

2008-09 2006 1994-1998

50 Gino Aielli Paul Schmidt Bryan Beck Bobby Roe Nick Theodorou

2008 2006-2007 2002-2005 1998-2001 1994

51 Chris Cordeiro Ryan Reightley Jeff Lassiter Pat Bennett

2001-2002 1998 1997 1994

52 Eric Reece Jeff Huberts

1998 1994

53 Jake Meyer

1994, 1996-1997

54 Tim Leary (AC) John Violette

1997-2002, 2004 2003


ALL-TIME BATTING STATS (since 1975) Name Abney, Jeff Adams, Mannie Aielli, Gino Alarid, David Alexander, Michael Allen, Bob Allen, Brenton Amaral, Beau Amaral, Rich Ambriz, Hector Amezquita, Chris Ammentorp, Tim Ammirato, Zak Arhart, Josh Ashner, Corey Atkins, Garrett Auten, Jim Averill, Brandon Babineau, Ryan Baine, Tom Baker, Dave Baron, Brian Barry, John Battey, Earl Beall, Pete Berger, Scott Beringhele, Vince Berry, Adam Berry, Sean Berman, Gary Bjelland, Tim Blesius, Mark Bollens, Scott Bono, Steve Boyd, Travis Brakebill, Brent Brandt, Jon Brown, Trevor Byrne, Tim Byrnes, Eric Campanella, John Canales, Josh Cano, Hector Carpenter, Mike Carpenter, Sean Carrasco, Tony Carrithers, Alden Carroll, Brian Cline, Scott Cloud, Casey Coates, Robin Cohen, Gabe Combs, Kelly Concolino, Chad Conley, Paul Conlin, Kevin Connors, Steve Cowan, Ed Cox, Mobil Craig, Benny Crabtree, Gary Crawford, Brandon Criss, Brian Curtis, Jermaine Dallas, Bobby Dean, Brent DeCinces, Tim Decker, Cody Delaney, Dennis DeLaTorre, Julian Denove, Chris Dieter, Dave Dodson, Pat Dolak, John Dolan, Brady Dunlap, Blair Duran, Raul Edwards, Kamau Elkins, Bruce Ellis, Paul Ephraim, Mike Espy, Dean Ervin, Gary Fiacco, Charlie Filia-Snyder, Eric Finkenberg, John Followell, Vern Fradella, Gary Francisco, Ben Gallagher, Pat Gallego, Mike Gallego, Niko Garrison, Venoy Gausepohl, Dan Gaylord, Ken Gelalich, Jeff Giovinazzo, Chris Giovinazzo, Matt Glantz, John Glaus, Troy

Years

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2003 1988-90 2008-09 1982-85 1984 1987-89 2011-12 2010-12 1982-83 2003-06 2009 1976-79 1993-96 2001-02 2007 1998-00 1976-79 2001-04 2006-08 1983 1975-78 1999-01 1985 1976 1981-84 1994 1981-83 1999-02 1985 1983-86 1977-79 1983 1977-79 1982 1992-95 1982-85 1999 2010-12 1988 1995-98 2001 2000-01 1985 1978 2003-06 1993-94 2007-08 2011-12 1986-89 1997-98 1981 2007-09 1977 2004 1981 2002-03, 2005 1974-75 1974 1976-78 1994-96 1982 2006-08 1991-92 2006-08 1975-76 2007-08 1994-96 2006-09 1975-78 1981-82 2003-05 1993-94 1978-80 1987-90 2006-08 2006, 2008-10 2008 1995-96 1984 1988-90 1987 2010-11 1978-79 1986-89 2012 1973-75 1978-79 1980 2001-02 2011-12 1979-81 2008-10 1973-75 1978-79 1975-76 2010-12 2008-11 2011-12 1990 1995-1997

.143 .301 .340 .267 .179 .179 .292 .322 .334 .311 .259 .257 .307 .333 .071 .369 .303 .307 .260 .304 .280 .276 .282 .275 .318 .500 .319 .278 .293 .313 .305 .000 .000 .231 .186 .264 .000 .291 .286 .331 .317 .322 .297 .343 .249 .212 .364 .200 .313 .232 .000 .283 .267 .256 .213 .226 .310 .326 .250 .174 .083 .319 .256 .321 .288 .276 .321 .288 .302 .226 .277 .252 .299 .251 .277 .295 .182 .067 .300 .324 .286 .331 .226 .304 .245 .250 .319 .298 .332 .094 .261 .274 .331 .310 .274 .316 .255 .240 .178 .344

21 147 49 133 7 58 25 186 117 146 28 101 175 91 6 180 178 189 161 12 214 112 44 39 209 7 163 155 48 158 52 9 1 11 67 168 75 136 10 242 38 105 60 47 98 47 120 38 175 89 1 139 21 26 44 62 61 19 145 52 19 179 74 147 96 35 174 191 165 33 151 58 110 109 103 201 25 14 25 144 8 122 87 184 20 33 117 52 93 25 158 141 120 112 95 159 180 19 28 179

11 --36 --0 --6 179 115 109 13 ----83 4 180 --154 155 5 --107 ----200 --156 128 ------1 --2 ----38 108 --240 18 96 ----65 --120 8 --65 0 129 --25 39 36 --------14 179 --141 --28 --163 --16 147 ------57 174 2 0 13 ----98 ----14 ------91 4 46 133 ------141 116 4 --178

42 472 144 300 39 67 24 712 437 367 58 101 560 330 14 748 607 583 534 23 738 436 142 109 773 2 576 515 150 524 118 6 1 13 140 473 0 412 7 984 82 366 222 178 237 66 456 35 572 237 0 488 30 78 150 146 200 43 452 86 48 722 78 533 371 87 654 619 553 62 530 151 334 259 213 706 22 15 50 450 7 405 226 672 53 48 405 141 388 32 597 460 372 390 303 506 486 25 45 697

4 81 24 60 9 16 7 145 112 54 8 14 101 64 0 180 116 96 83 8 127 66 24 23 140 1 120 107 37 85 26 1 0 0 26 107 1 59 3 235 12 72 42 32 45 11 104 9 111 46 1 87 6 13 19 19 25 2 60 9 17 145 8 110 75 12 129 118 117 9 77 17 76 37 46 130 3 2 8 84 0 70 30 184 6 6 56 14 90 0 114 81 75 99 45 108 84 1 6 211

6 142 49 80 7 12 7 229 146 144 15 26 172 110 1 276 184 179 139 7 207 164 40 30 246 1 184 143 44 164 36 0 0 3 26 125 0 120 2 326 26 118 66 61 59 14 166 7 179 55 0 138 8 20 32 33 62 14 113 15 4 230 20 171 107 24 210 178 167 14 147 38 100 65 59 208 4 1 15 146 2 134 51 204 13 12 129 42 129 3 156 126 123 121 83 160 124 6 8 240

2B 3B 1 21 10 10 4 1 2 38 22 26 5 3 36 25 0 56 33 31 23 2 36 28 5 2 43 0 31 27 7 32 5 0 0 0 7 27 0 17 0 75 3 12 16 7 13 1 32 2 42 13 0 23 2 3 8 4 14 2 11 2 0 44 4 38 14 1 54 28 23 2 21 3 14 12 8 48 0 1 3 19 0 22 13 43 1 1 19 11 31 1 32 24 17 23 14 27 24 0 1 39

114

0 5 0 2 0 0 0 8 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 4 2 4 3 0 6 1 1 2 4 0 6 2 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 6 0 1 5 5 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 13 0 6 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 4 0 0 3 0 2 0 9 4 3 4 3 6 8 0 0 2

HR

RBI

TB

SLG

BB HP

SO

OBP SF SH SB SBA

2 4 2 7 0 4 0 10 5 8 1 1 14 10 0 40 38 27 11 0 34 3 0 5 20 0 10 31 3 13 0 0 0 0 1 14 0 4 0 48 3 0 5 0 1 0 7 0 25 3 0 24 0 2 4 0 4 0 14 2 0 20 0 6 12 1 37 47 28 1 14 3 20 8 3 17 1 0 3 34 0 12 2 37 0 1 6 4 12 0 11 3 9 12 11 15 6 0 1 62

7 62 16 47 7 14 2 106 64 62 9 6 100 61 0 167 129 103 87 3 152 74 12 28 149 0 94 102 23 95 19 0 0 2 14 77 0 69 1 203 14 40 42 16 20 7 79 4 130 24 0 93 0 11 23 16 38 8 67 11 5 136 10 80 62 11 166 153 114 8 95 24 74 53 25 92 4 1 9 116 2 92 37 146 8 8 77 31 79 6 88 64 68 57 55 74 51 7 8 180

13 185 65 115 11 25 9 313 185 164 25 32 258 167 1 460 355 299 201 9 357 203 47 51 357 1 257 267 62 263 41 0 0 5 36 200 0 153 2 557 38 132 107 78 77 17 225 9 298 77 0 237 10 29 52 37 90 18 172 23 4 260 24 239 163 28 375 347 278 19 214 50 176 101 80 317 7 2 27 269 2 198 72 366 14 16 172 65 200 4 239 167 173 188 136 244 184 6 12 469

.310 .392 .451 .383 .282 .526 .375 .440 .423 .447 .431 .317 .461 .506 .071 .615 .552 .513 .376 .391 .484 .466 .331 .468 .462 .500 .446 .518 .413 .502 .347 .000 .000 .385 .257 .423 .000 .371 .286 .566 .463 .361 .482 .438 .325 .258 .493 .257 .521 .325 .000 .486 .333 .372 .347 .253 .450 .419 .381 .267 .083 .499 .308 .448 .439 .322 .573 .561 .503 .306 .404 .331 .527 .390 .376 .449 .318 .133 .540 .598 .286 .489 .319 .545 .264 .333 .425 .461 .515 .125 .400 .363 .465 .482 .449 .482 .379 .240 .267 .673

1 67 18 61 6 2 8 66 103 47 7 13 85 31 0 84 76 48 55 3 98 31 10 19 106 1 138 57 19 51 16 2 0 2 14 76 0 27 1 120 14 37 29 19 28 11 72 5 104 42 0 53 4 16 14 21 16 2 32 5 23 80 20 81 75 6 96 83 74 7 35 8 87 34 18 47 1 0 6 52 1 31 34 129 7 4 27 16 30 3 73 45 51 60 36 74 46 3 4 123

15 53 29 63 9 11 12 141 63 68 22 18 122 45 4 78 70 180 106 1 125 45 22 15 137 1 58 152 28 61 17 2 1 2 32 72 0 76 3 154 24 63 41 11 49 18 58 13 100 51 0 143 7 19 34 36 30 10 57 39 14 163 16 71 39 22 87 172 45 15 93 23 83 61 71 152 7 7 12 44 0 68 41 152 8 10 31 25 41 12 82 81 45 61 17 126 119 7 16 144

.159 .393 .418 .395 .283 .273 .485 .410 .461 .405 .368 .348 .403 .402 .071 .433 .381 .372 .337 .385 .374 .420 .327 .391 .405 .667 .452 .359 .376 .373 .386 .250 .000 .353 .275 .368 .000 .354 .375 .410 .423 .399 .388 .410 .331 .338 .464 .349 .424 .350 .000 .364 .353 .398 .280 .352 .361 .356 .312 .226 .375 .393 .404 .431 .412 .359 .403 .382 .382 .319 .327 .291 .442 .340 .355 .349 .208 .063 .386 .414 .375 .383 .326 .435 .355 .307 .361 .379 .388 .167 .348 .373 .411 .400 .359 .428 .328 .300 .260 .448

0 8 2 3 0 1 1 46 5 14 3 1 14 11 0 6 5 15 11 0 13 8 0 3 10 0 6 11 2 3 2 0 1 1 4 6 0 16 0 18 1 10 5 2 2 2 22 3 14 2 0 11 0 3 1 8 --0 12 1 0 10 0 29 3 7 2 16 2 2 8 2 2 3 9 14 0 0 1 18 0 7 1 33 2 0 4 3 10 0 9 32 --3 4 26 8 0 1 14

1 5 1 1 1 0 0 7 6 4 0 0 13 6 0 7 8 4 9 0 1 8 1 2 5 0 6 4 2 6 4 0 0 1 2 8 0 6 0 9 0 1 2 1 2 1 10 0 10 2 0 3 0 1 3 1 --0 7 1 1 3 1 9 0 3 13 7 7 1 8 4 5 4 2 4 1 1 0 2 0 6 3 8 0 --7 1 8 1 5 7 --7 0 2 2 2 0 7

0 4 3 3 0 0 0 12 4 4 0 1 6 1 0 5 2 4 18 0 4 0 3 1 8 0 6 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 8 0 13 0 18 0 19 3 2 3 0 6 5 0 3 0 3 1 1 1 1 --0 11 0 0 12 0 18 4 4 3 2 2 0 6 1 2 3 6 18 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 6 1 --6 0 4 0 2 15 --3 2 9 12 0 0 2

0 12 5 13 2 1 0 30 45 0 2 0 17 2 0 5 5 3 12 0 7 2 1 14 11 1 46 8 13 3 1 1 0 0 1 11 0 8 0 81 0 18 3 36 10 4 26 2 10 0 0 17 0 2 0 3 4 2 9 0 3 29 2 15 25 2 20 5 18 1 3 0 6 2 6 28 1 0 0 3 0 15 1 55 3 0 3 1 35 0 20 34 32 33 6 33 24 1 0 24

0 18 7 22 2 1 1 50 61 1 3 0 30 5 0 7 5 8 17 0 11 3 2 19 17 1 64 11 17 7 1 1 0 0 2 13 0 13 0 126 0 23 4 36 12 7 33 4 17 1 0 27 0 4 1 3 4 2 9 0 5 41 2 18 38 3 31 9 20 2 6 2 6 4 8 39 1 0 0 4 0 21 1 66 3 --3 1 40 0 25 41 --33 6 40 30 1 0 51


ALL-TIME BATTING STATS (since 1975) Name

Years

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

Gordon, Joe 1992 Gorski, Gary 1985 Graham, Brian 1979-82 Green, Jason 1996-99 Griffin, Preston 2001-04 Grzecka, Casey 2001-02 Gudim, Tim 1979-82 Haerther, Casey 2007-09 Hagy, Gary 1991 Hamelin, Bob 1987 Hamill, Ryan 2000 Hankins, Mike 1987-90 Hanks, Parker 2005 Haselman, Billy 1986-87 Heineman, Rick 1996 Heineman, Tyler 2010-12 Hemming, Jim 2000 Henderson, Robbie 1975-77 Henrichs, Jon 1994-1997 Hill, Dave 1975 Hinds, Robert 1990-92 Hisey, Steve 1984-87 Hofman, Rich 2000 Holley, Bobby 1986-88 Holt, Dennis 2010-11 Hufferd, John 1975 Hymes, Michael 1997-99 James, Joe 1988 Janssen, Casey 2001-04 Jarramillo, Mike 1996-97 Jensen, Chris 2002-03, 05-06 Jerkens, Allen 1996 Johnson, Craig 1977-78 Johnson, Forrest 1998-00 Joslyn, John 1985-86 Joyce, Cody 1999 Karros, Eric 1986-88 Kasarjian, Kris 2005 Katzaroff, Robbie 1987-90 Kazmirski, Bobby 1995 Keating, Dave 1988-89 Keck, Chris 2012 Keefer, Cody 2010-12 Keller, Dan 1998-99 Kerber, Mike 1989 Kiner, Mike 1973-75 Klein, Matt 1996-98 Kramer, Kevin 2012 Krikorian, Rick 1981-82 Krill, Brett 2008-10 Kubinski, Tim 1991-93 Kuenhert, Anthony 1992-94 Lafferty, Brendan 2005-08 Lansdon, Tommy 2005 Larimer, Bob 1981-84 LaValley, Doug 1977 Lewis, Christian 2000-03 Lewis, Mike 1989-91 Lockwood, Bob 1980 Lohman, Chris 1991-93 Lopez, Andy 1974-75 Lopez, Vince 1983, 1985 Lovullo, Torey 1984-87 Lynch, Ryan 1995 Lyon, Nick 1998-2000, 2002 Mack, Shane 1982-84 Marder, Neal 1981 Markel, Aaron 2003-05 Marquez, Jeff 1994 Matoian, Chad 1994-1997 McCarthy, Ryan 2002-04 McGuire, Ryan 1991-93 McMillan, Brett 2003-06 Medici, Jonathan 2004-05 Meggs, Lindsey 1981-84 Melhuse, Adam 1992-93 Merricks, Charles 1998-00 Metzger, Mike 2005-06 Miller, Mark 1978-79 Miranda, Shane 2000-01 Mitchell, Freddie 2000 Mitchell, Mike 1992-94 Montanari, David 1978-81 Moore, Mike 1990-92 Morris, Dave 1974-75 Morrison, Matt 1981-84 Moscaret, Steve 1981 Mosher, Matt 2010 Mowery, Kyle 2003 Murphy, Tim 2006-08 Murray, Eddie 2006-09 Myrow, John 1991-93 Navarro, Marc 2009-11 Naworski, Andy 1985 Nero, John 1984 Nista, Brett 1995-98 Nolind, Scott 1980 Norman, Anthony 2004-06 Norman, Greg 1978-81 Odeski, Matt 1976-78

.000 .284 .330 .323 .267 .346 .247 .305 .305 .362 .246 .278 .200 .324 .000 .313 .273 .283 .315 .293 .276 .310 .167 .279 .600 .200 .276 .300 .225 .255 .319 .000 .323 .347 .358 .000 .365 .222 .306 .000 .259 .293 .319 .000 .500 .254 .000 .281 .248 .280 .246 .267 .000 .269 .278 .000 .227 .252 .100 .280 .267 .278 .311 1.000 .286 .361 .176 .208 .000 .280 .276 .339 .276 .200 .290 .303 .267 .204 .233 .105 .235 .333 .318 .318 .227 .302 .231 .000 .200 .251 .245 .328 .195 .000 .258 .275 .282 .232 .338 .275

2 40 206 150 194 71 87 147 59 51 27 210 9 106 7 96 35 119 209 26 134 188 12 165 10 6 97 58 104 22 152 2 84 91 118 1 136 20 214 17 96 28 166 2 3 108 48 44 64 78 89 22 1 39 115 2 86 74 7 163 77 86 240 20 138 159 14 31 13 165 165 174 213 12 222 123 109 62 34 17 26 163 150 124 60 111 32 2 5 72 115 111 90 1 46 180 39 98 82 82

----113 107 172 52 64 134 ----14 --1 ----73 23 ----------0 --0 --29 --74 13 120 0 --68 --0 --5 ------10 164 0 ----5 35 38 57 ----0 33 62 --23 -------------12 88 153 3 11 ----160 --193 0 218 --100 23 --1 3 --54 ----63 6 0 0 57 71 --19 --35 143 ---46 -----

2 109 737 418 640 212 227 555 223 130 61 670 15 386 1 265 88 364 778 82 453 652 6 544 10 5 152 203 138 55 511 1 251 308 402 1 532 36 821 1 266 41 589 1 2 268 1 121 149 239 69 15 1 104 248 0 119 151 10 410 180 281 856 1 336 606 17 53 1 517 606 590 738 5 815 478 359 98 30 19 17 582 466 400 128 258 39 2 5 203 257 405 118 0 128 586 71 207 272 255

0 25 146 74 118 30 29 88 32 37 6 106 1 84 0 52 16 66 187 13 95 137 1 125 2 0 33 36 25 7 90 0 70 72 114 0 121 2 182 0 56 3 102 0 1 28 0 18 25 50 13 2 0 18 43 1 23 19 6 61 30 49 211 0 74 158 4 6 4 85 100 157 122 5 158 107 60 14 10 2 5 114 83 106 23 61 7 0 0 30 52 74 15 0 22 961 9 19 53 55

0 31 243 135 171 65 56 169 68 47 15 186 3 125 0 83 24 103 245 24 125 202 1 152 6 1 42 61 31 14 163 0 81 107 144 0 194 8 264 0 69 12 188 0 1 68 0 34 37 67 17 4 0 28 69 0 27 38 1 115 48 78 266 1 96 219 3 11 0 145 167 200 204 1 236 145 96 20 7 2 4 194 148 127 29 78 9 0 1 51 63 133 23 0 33 161 20 48 92 70

2B 3B 0 5 30 33 27 17 9 34 10 13 8 27 1 25 0 9 5 13 57 5 19 30 0 30 0 0 1 11 4 3 25 0 12 22 38 0 38 1 35 0 10 3 34 0 1 9 0 5 7 16 2 0 0 4 16 0 7 9 1 21 8 17 45 1 20 38 1 5 0 29 31 43 37 0 49 29 14 2 0 1 1 45 29 18 2 9 0 0 0 16 14 17 5 0 5 26 2 4 19 12

115

0 2 5 1 2 0 1 1 4 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 1 8 1 4 6 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 3 0 5 0 20 0 6 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 6 0 3 10 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 4 0 5 1 0 0 0 3 8 1 0 2 4 0 5 4 1

HR

RBI

TB

SLG

0 2 7 9 15 3 4 22 9 13 1 8 0 20 0 1 6 12 32 2 2 39 1 15 0 0 0 14 4 1 16 0 22 28 24 0 26 0 3 0 8 0 3 0 0 13 0 0 1 7 2 0 0 1 6 0 3 1 0 12 0 4 51 0 16 29 0 0 0 3 22 47 27 0 29 20 3 1 1 0 0 36 7 19 5 3 0 0 0 1 2 7 1 0 3 16 1 1 10 4

0 18 108 83 95 41 31 109 48 47 13 108 0 95 0 34 18 57 151 18 43 176 1 70 3 0 16 47 20 7 77 0 62 89 95 0 123 4 99 0 35 5 86 0 1 45 0 13 21 40 14 1 0 8 47 0 16 19 1 87 13 49 188 0 66 142 0 6 0 74 107 182 129 0 168 91 49 15 2 2 1 135 83 76 22 44 8 0 0 17 32 62 15 0 20 100 6 22 57 26

0 46 304 197 247 91 79 271 113 99 26 245 4 212 0 97 47 154 414 37 158 361 4 237 6 1 43 114 47 20 236 0 161 223 260 0 320 9 348 0 115 15 235 0 2 118 0 39 47 106 27 4 0 37 107 0 45 54 2 172 58 111 476 2 170 364 4 16 0 183 266 388 332 1 378 244 119 25 10 3 5 349 208 210 46 106 11 0 1 70 89 187 33 0 51 243 25 65 149 96

.000 .422 .412 .471 .386 .429 .348 .488 .507 .762 .426 .366 .267 .549 .000 .366 .534 .423 .532 .451 .349 .554 .667 .436 .600 .200 .283 .562 .341 .364 .462 .000 .641 .724 .647 .000 .602 .250 .424 .000 .432 .366 .399 .000 1.000 .440 .000 .322 .315 .444 .391 .267 .000 .356 .431 .000 .378 .358 .200 .420 .322 .395 .556 2.000 .506 .601 .235 .302 .000 .354 .439 .658 .450 .200 .464 .510 .331 .255 .333 .158 .294 .600 .446 .525 .359 .411 .282 .000 .200 .345 .346 .462 .280 .000 .398 .415 .352 .314 .548 .376

BB HBP

SO

0 14 71 60 62 18 20 40 17 33 7 89 0 37 0 29 24 50 104 6 62 100 1 108 0 1 16 34 21 3 46 0 34 25 86 0 68 2 92 0 22 4 94 0 0 24 0 7 30 17 6 7 0 11 34 0 6 19 2 71 37 49 180 0 43 81 3 1 0 40 59 135 81 0 125 81 44 8 4 3 2 84 44 57 18 39 12 0 0 19 38 10 18 1 19 23 4 18 32 38

2 .000 22 .368 55 .389 58 .411 122 .360 37 .371 45 .311 94 .359 43 .355 43 .491 19 .310 87 .364 6 .200 67 .390 0 .000 22 .423 26 .429 45 .370 103 .396 8 .341 87 .377 141 .404 1 .286 103 .401 2 .600 3 .333 27 .355 50 .410 51 .341 7 .293 72 .385 0 .000 69 .408 53 .406 52 .470 0 .000 65 .442 3 .282 85 .396 0 .000 77 .328 7 .354 116 .423 0 .000 1 .500 47 .316 1 .000 19 .351 15 .373 49 .345 10 .307 5 .522 0 .000 29 .367 67 .360 0 .000 32 .276 37 .351 2 .250 102 .389 29 .392 53 .391 94 .429 0 1.000 101 .384 77 .438 3 .300 19 .236 1 .000 52 .340 114 .344 108 .462 158 .355 2 .200 84 .393 80 .401 71 .360 31 .284 5 .314 7 .227 8 .350 86 .421 42 .374 127 .412 33 .322 52 .390 9 .412 1 .000 2 .200 49 .342 52 .399 57 .350 27 .340 0 1.000 26 .358 96 .312 5 .320 37 .303 24 .415 43 .371

0 1 7 7 38 5 2 8 3 4 0 10 0 9 0 23 0 3 8 0 13 9 0 8 0 --3 5 4 0 12 0 4 7 3 0 9 1 15 0 7 1 17 0 0 --0 6 2 7 0 1 0 5 0 0 2 4 0 4 --6 4 0 14 9 0 1 0 9 8 7 15 0 19 2 10 3 0 0 1 7 3 9 --0 0 0 0 9 29 7 9 0 1 11 0 4 6 4

OBP SF SH SB SBA 0 1 10 7 12 2 2 1 5 4 3 14 0 6 0 2 0 5 11 --3 8 0 9 0 --1 2 1 0 5 0 3 2 5 0 4 0 8 0 4 2 7 0 0 --0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 --4 10 0 5 9 0 0 0 4 8 9 10 0 8 7 4 0 1 0 0 4 8 3 --3 0 0 0 0 2 7 2 0 0 5 0 2 3 5

0 0 15 3 9 2 5 3 1 0 0 13 0 1 0 20 0 2 6 --9 5 0 3 0 --3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 0 2 1 16 0 0 --0 6 2 8 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 5 0 2 --4 18 0 5 1 0 2 0 9 7 1 8 0 5 0 9 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 --4 0 0 0 4 11 6 1 0 1 16 1 3 2 4

0 7 54 3 5 2 3 18 8 10 1 7 0 21 0 3 0 4 52 0 38 12 0 15 0 0 9 1 3 1 3 0 17 4 6 0 19 0 96 0 26 0 15 0 0 2 0 1 2 9 1 0 0 7 1 0 1 0 2 8 2 7 15 0 10 44 0 0 0 5 10 30 2 0 12 14 0 3 6 0 1 3 13 41 6 10 3 0 0 5 8 15 5 0 8 12 1 11 5 18

0 8 65 6 11 4 5 22 12 12 2 15 0 27 0 6 0 7 99 --55 17 0 21 0 --11 2 5 2 7 0 17 9 9 0 24 0 120 0 30 0 25 0 0 --0 2 3 9 3 0 0 9 2 0 2 1 2 11 2 12 23 0 12 55 0 0 1 10 11 37 7 0 19 23 4 7 6 0 2 5 21 49 --14 4 0 0 8 14 22 7 0 10 25 1 14 8 18


ALL-TIME BATTING STATS (since 1975) Name

Years

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

Osborn, Jeff 1985-88 Oseguera, Paul 2006 Page, Jarrad 2004-05 Parker, Rashad 2001-02 Parma, Tom 1973-76 Pearl, Matt 1998-01 Penniall, Dave 1975-76 Penniall, Will 2004-07 Perri, Tony 1981-83 Peterson, Curt 1975 Phillips, John 1998 Pieper, Billy 1997 Pinto, Aldo 1997-00 Pritchett, Chris 1989-91 Quist, Dustin 2007-09 Rahmatulla, Tyler 2009-111 Rasmussen, Gary 1977 Rasmussen, Ryan 2001-02 Ravitz, David 1989-93 Ray, Sam 2004-07 Reece, Eric 1998-01 Regis, Cody 2010-12 Ridenour, Dana 1985 Roberts, David 1991-94 Rodriguez, Steve 2009-11 Roenicke, Josh 2003-06 Roenicke, Ron 1977 Rogers, Brandon 1997 Roques, Ryan 1997-98 Rouse, Nolan 2005-07 Rustich, Brant 2004-05 Sakowski, Steve 1977-80 Sanchez, Alex 1985-86 Santora, Jack 1995-99 Schafer, Brett 1993-95 Schleppenbach, Dave 1974-75 Schmitt, Altie 1982 Schulhofer, Adam 1990-92 Schult, Rob 1996-97 Schulz, Chris 1983-84 Schwartz, Brian 1987-90 Schwenke, Matt 1991-93 Scott, Bill 1998-00 Scruggs, Tony 1986-87 Seal, Mike 1995 Seal, Scott 1994-95 Sharp, Matt 2002-05 Shelley, Randall 1999-01 Silver, Larry 1976-77 Simon, Adam 2003 Slaught, Don 1978-80 Smith, Chris 1980-81 Smith, Khelyn 1999-00 Smith, Richard 1985 Smith, Sean 2004-06 Splitt, Steve 1976 St. John, Scott 1986-87 Stewart, Tim 2006-07 Stowell, Steve 1984-87 Sullivan, Daniel 1984 Susdorf, Billy 2002-04 Svetlic, Mike 2004 Szymanski, Tom 1989-90 Tamburro, Dave 1990-91, 1993 Taylor, Jr., Eric 2005-06 Thayer, Matt 2002-04 Theodorou, Nick 1995-98 Thomas, Jim 1978-80 Tokheim, Dave 1988-91 Townsend, Raymond 1976-78 Trammell, Ken 1979-81 Trott, Warren 2000-03 Uribe, Justin 2007-10 Utley, Chase 1998-00 Valaika, Pat 2011-12 Valent, Eric 1996-98 Valent, Royce 1996-97 Vallone, Gar 1992-95 Varner, Phil 1977 Vaughn, Derek 1989 Vdovkin, Mike 1990 Violette, John 1977-78 Viselli, Brian 1975-77 Waters, Jerry 1975-76 Webb, Kevin 1989, 1991 Weber-Shapiro, Alex 2009 Weimer, Aaron 2011-12 Weisser, Mickey 2007-08 West, Reggie 1980 Whisler, Wes 2002-04 Williams, Adrian 2009-11 Williams, Kevin 2011-12 Wills, Shawn 1990-92 Winnek, John 1991 Wolfe, Joel 1989-91 Young, Mike 1982-83 Zamora, Peter 1995-97 Zancanaro, Dave 1988-90 Zeile, Shane 2012 Zeile, Todd 1984-86

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200 1 90 41 76 161 101 137 68 45 4 9 131 150 32 114 53 72 191 17 138 178 1 190 147 123 52 5 48 58 31 48 26 194 108 8 4 67 36 60 61 172 151 90 49 39 66 139 95 33 110 104 7 20 77 7 32 82 169 60 127 60 38 33 73 172 174 97 195 75 74 87 163 179 114 188 28 187 22 16 17 59 98 82 55 26 1 81 51 177 52 83 152 1 166 93 170 126 30 137

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679 0 221 127 95 522 396 406 191 144 1 11 276 560 33 390 177 267 535 11 437 571 1 744 424 313 197 6 24 87 9 51 72 694 351 8 4 103 43 163 101 478 576 289 164 73 111 418 271 33 392 325 0 34 254 15 35 235 436 220 415 198 71 44 182 544 511 251 677 270 158 191 499 748 389 722 25 617 55 13 17 167 302 228 183 57 1 184 182 629 65 221 437 1 601 325 651 221 62 468

120 0 37 24 30 107 94 55 29 21 0 0 44 130 5 77 18 57 94 0 77 92 0 177 58 37 36 1 15 10 0 14 15 140 76 1 1 21 7 25 18 58 155 68 22 9 15 80 52 4 67 75 1 6 45 2 8 36 100 32 73 35 11 5 24 117 140 44 115 43 47 38 80 182 58 199 1 111 2 3 1 20 54 46 26 9 0 22 25 109 10 34 73 0 129 57 108 44 12 102

190 0 43 34 18 162 116 112 49 41 0 1 75 191 7 113 45 75 145 2 121 159 0 242 91 82 56 2 3 12 2 10 23 195 97 1 1 34 9 48 26 108 226 96 44 11 25 108 71 3 134 100 0 8 72 4 8 60 125 66 132 51 19 9 48 162 173 66 210 86 47 60 151 256 99 233 3 175 8 3 0 36 93 66 53 13 0 46 49 191 15 61 131 0 209 97 202 59 23 155

2B 3B 47 0 6 5 3 28 19 20 8 13 0 0 16 27 2 24 3 9 33 0 21 31 0 35 15 14 8 1 0 4 0 4 3 22 14 0 1 4 4 9 5 19 47 20 12 3 4 25 11 0 24 11 0 1 24 2 1 16 33 20 31 8 1 2 7 27 40 12 35 14 2 13 29 41 21 38 1 37 3 2 0 3 17 9 11 5 0 6 5 25 1 7 13 0 36 10 44 6 3 26

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109 0 28 17 13 89 50 43 41 18 0 1 38 129 4 59 23 24 61 1 85 117 0 82 64 45 40 1 3 7 0 6 16 75 39 0 0 27 5 20 15 68 173 46 23 8 4 53 47 3 80 20 0 6 42 5 10 42 81 42 75 23 7 9 26 82 93 41 99 29 19 21 76 174 59 219 3 113 3 1 0 28 58 34 32 3 0 27 21 129 2 27 52 0 119 54 152 35 10 94

312 0 63 53 21 227 165 153 74 66 0 1 105 313 9 160 59 91 199 2 193 246 0 321 138 101 95 3 6 16 2 16 36 257 125 1 2 51 18 60 43 151 438 146 65 17 34 168 120 3 199 113 0 12 116 9 12 105 198 103 208 59 22 14 73 231 246 113 304 102 56 86 208 464 134 486 4 251 11 5 0 51 137 88 85 21 0 60 60 322 16 74 167 0 325 130 332 82 28 263

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74 0 22 11 10 78 51 31 33 16 0 1 40 61 5 58 16 22 56 0 41 99 0 128 48 23 35 0 1 11 0 7 5 103 56 0 0 7 3 18 17 61 75 31 10 8 18 55 36 2 38 95 0 2 26 0 6 28 80 26 36 27 6 2 18 83 128 53 76 16 29 22 69 65 28 108 3 107 1 2 0 17 40 18 17 15 0 31 19 73 5 23 27 0 73 30 73 39 5 46

85 1 94 33 17 93 51 67 43 23 0 3 33 90 15 74 23 29 64 0 88 148 1 87 65 61 27 3 11 24 5 22 9 119 56 4 1 33 19 13 29 154 109 56 14 29 24 120 45 8 25 29 0 9 34 4 11 46 81 18 64 47 25 17 40 120 116 60 83 18 16 42 84 122 58 116 7 134 5 4 1 33 32 41 55 20 1 44 22 135 20 46 82 1 121 60 98 45 10 57

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14 0 1 7 --12 2 6 1 0 0 0 2 5 3 19 3 5 10 0 6 10 0 10 20 3 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 8 9 --0 0 1 1 1 19 6 3 4 2 3 19 5 0 4 4 0 0 16 0 0 18 19 2 4 5 0 1 4 14 8 1 4 0 2 6 27 16 10 9 1 9 1 0 0 2 2 2 6 1 0 16 1 16 2 12 7 0 7 0 4 3 8 3

6 0 1 0 --5 5 3 2 0 0 0 3 7 0 7 1 8 13 1 5 12 0 10 2 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 8 1 --0 3 1 0 1 2 7 4 2 0 0 5 2 0 7 0 0 0 4 0 3 2 4 1 1 1 0 0 2 8 3 2 8 4 1 0 6 7 3 8 1 5 1 0 0 1 3 --1 0 0 2 0 6 0 2 2 0 8 6 8 1 0 3

4 13 0 0 1 10 8 7 ----4 10 2 48 12 20 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 9 2 1 2 20 2 2 1 21 15 8 0 0 2 4 15 14 0 0 8 109 24 3 7 3 1 9 0 0 0 5 8 0 0 0 2 1 0 5 22 19 12 32 --0 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 1 1 10 3 1 2 0 10 1 1 0 0 0 1 6 4 3 14 1 0 3 16 6 40 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 15 1 0 4 12 11 5 1 1 0 1 5 9 8 27 8 32 1 2 5 50 5 6 2 14 2 3 10 6 3 21 16 7 8 13 0 0 15 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 9 --- 15 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 0 5 19 0 3 3 2 10 4 7 26 0 0 3 83 1 32 2 2 1 21 2 1 1 1

16 0 12 9 --18 53 29 1 0 0 0 3 12 1 30 2 23 18 0 9 19 0 143 10 9 9 0 10 2 0 1 7 30 39 --1 5 0 1 1 13 8 14 2 1 2 8 16 0 16 49 0 0 3 0 1 3 19 0 17 8 3 1 11 37 61 2 67 8 14 4 12 40 12 26 0 18 0 0 0 0 10 16 4 0 0 0 19 6 5 7 41 0 106 35 5 25 2 2


ALL-TIME PITCHING STATS (since 1975) Name Adcock, Gary Ambriz, Hector Arrasmith, Scott Averill, Brandon Bates, Eric Bauer, Trevor Bean, Seth Beacom, Mitchell Beck, Bryan Bennett, Pat Berg, David Bianchi, Steve Birkins, Kurt Bloom, Ken Bollens, Scott Bond, David Bonds, Jim Botterman, Scott Brandt, Jon Brewer, Charles Brewer, Chase Broersma, Eric Brooks, Gavin Brophy, Kevin Brummett, Tyson Burkland, Mike Calip, Ian Cannon, Jon Caravelli, Michael Carter, Ryan Castillo, Mike Center, Andy Cislak, Chad Clark, Wade Claypool, Garett Clements, Pat Cole, Doug Cole, Gerrit Concolino, Brett Conine, Jeff Cordeiro, Chris Cowan, Ed Craig, Bill Crawford, Brandon Crecion, Gabe Dale, David D’Amico, J.T. Darden, Tony Davern, Mike Deeter, Ryan Dersom, Tyler Diaz, Paul Dickmann, Robert Dishon, John Drummond, Matt Eby, Mike Ellis, John Espinoza, Pat Ervin, Gary Fauland, Herb Fitterer, Scott Fyhrie, Mike Glaus, Troy Goeddel, Erik Good, Craig Gorski, Gary Grace, Matt Griggs, Scott Hale, Jeff Hamill, Ryan Harmon, Tom Haver, Jordan Heineman, Rick Henderson, Robbie Henkel, Rob Hennis, Randy Hirsch, Jeff Holt, Dennis Howatt, Jeff Huberts, Jeff Huff, David Jacquez, Tom Jaffe, Eric Janicki, Pete Janssen, Casey Jerkens, Allen Jerkens, Kevin Johnson, David Joslyn, John Karp, Josh Kazmirski, Bobby Keating, Dave Keller, Dan Kerber, Mike Kershaw, Scott Klein, Dan Klein, Matt Kramer, Dan Krikorian, Rick Kubinski, Tim

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1992-93 6.22 2003-06 4.41 2000 3.07 2001-02 4.67 1988 6.62 2009-11 2.36 1994 6.75 2009-11 3.49 2002-05 5.65 1994 0.00 2012 1.46 1974-76 4.54 1999 4.05 1983-84 3.35 1977-79 2.78 1985 5.13 1991-92 3.69 2003-06 6.47 1998-01 5.08 2007-09 4.88 2010-12 1.83 1978, 1980-81 3.28 2007-09 4.71 2004-07 4.58 2006-07 4.24 1982-83 5.75 1991 108.00 1994 12.00 1992-95 6.02 1998-00 6.79 2001-03 4.41 1979-81 4.62 1998-00 7.97 2000-02 6.88 2007-10 3.12 1981-83 5.78 1980-82 5.60 2009-11 3.38 2006 4.50 1985-87 6.07 2001-03 4.96 1974-76 4.10 1992 2.95 2008 10.38 1997-98 10.23 1986-87 6.54 1990 10.80 1989-90 7.96 2001-02 9.34 2011-12 1.96 1998-00 7.51 1998-01 7.11 2006 10.38 1988 5.33 2007-08, 2010 5.74 1991 9.00 1993-94 8.22 1975 4.79 1978-79 3.00 1979-80 4.28 1994 4.76 1988-91 3.79 1996 18.00 2009-10 3.10 1986 24.55 1985 3.00 2008-10 3.91 2010-12 4.00 1991-92 5.91 2000 18.00 1983 7.15 2007-09 3.38 1993-96 5.74 1975-77 13.50 1997-00 5.56 1985-87 5.56 1985 4.58 2010-11 0.00 1993-95 5.29 1995 40.50 2006 2.98 1995-97 3.48 2012 0.00 1990-92 4.38 2001-04 4.34 1996 9.82 2000-03 6.53 2002-04 6.24 1986 12.00 1999-01 4.21 1994-95 4.33 1988 13.50 1996-97, 1999 5.16 1989 0.00 1985 4.86 2008, 2010 3.36 1996-98 7.13 1992-94 4.64 1981-82 6.75 1991-93 4.22

Years

9-10 13-21 0-1 0-1 0-0 34-8 0-0 1-3 6-16 0-0 5-3 19-9 0-1 4-4 13-6 3-0 2-3 2-3 21-14 12-10 2-0 15-12 12-14 6-3 16-13 1-4 0-0 0-0 3-6 7-10 3-3 10-13 9-16 2-4 14-7 18-18 1-2 21-20 0-0 5-4 4-10 22-11 3-1 1-2 2-4 3-2 0-1 1-1 0-3 1-0 4-1 7-10 0-0 1-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 5-3 0-0 10-5 4-1 12-15 0-0 2-0 0-1 0-0 4-4 4-2 3-3 0-0 5-6 0-0 10-17 0-0 10-10 19-11 1-1 0-0 3-5 0-0 7-4 11-6 1-0 23-12 22-15 0-0 7-5 8-7 0-0 23-7 2-4 0-1 12-10 0-0 3-2 8-3 6-3 8-3 0-0 20-6

34 57 14 11 9 54 3 47 51 2 50 51 19 53 80 15 23 32 75 39 20 42 59 75 37 28 1 3 41 61 41 63 56 40 74 66 18 50 3 43 50 53 22 3 21 47 2 20 22 41 51 63 6 18 37 1 12 16 4 55 15 67 1 45 5 2 72 53 31 1 18 11 62 1 55 51 14 3 54 1 16 37 8 55 54 2 77 55 2 47 32 2 50 1 17 46 48 46 2 53

22 43 0 2 0 44 0 0 27 0 0 14 0 3 0 2 3 0 38 27 0 36 33 0 33 2 0 0 2 25 2 13 17 3 33 40 2 49 0 16 15 11 2 0 9 0 1 3 5 0 0 19 0 0 5 0 1 --0 5 4 20 0 0 0 0 6 3 1 0 15 0 26 0 20 37 0 0 5 0 16 18 0 44 43 0 1 16 0 44 4 1 20 0 5 2 5 10 0 27

2 4 0 0 0 15 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 3 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 11 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

1 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 7 15 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 8 1 1 2 0 0 1 5 2 5 8 0 4 0 2 0 0 2 7 1 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 11 2 10 0 1 0 0 1 15 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 7 2 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 10 3 0 0 0

153.1 296.0 14.2 17.1 17.2 373.1 4.0 59.1 188.0 1.1 74.0 244.0 20.0 115.2 148.2 33.1 46.1 40.1 296.0 175.1 19.2 206.0 218.0 76.2 235.2 61.0 0.1 3.0 58.1 202.2 51.0 167.2 157.0 69.1 207.2 291.1 35.1 322.1 2.0 121.2 143.1 270.0 39.2 4.1 44.0 53.2 5.0 37.1 35.2 36.2 56.1 152.0 4.1 25.1 69.0 2.0 15.1 35.2 3.0 109.1 34.0 206.1 1.0 58.0 3.2 3.0 101.1 63.0 45.2 1.0 73.0 13.1 207.0 0.2 153.2 238.0 19.2 1.0 97.0 0.2 129.2 165.1 7.2 324.2 265.1 3.2 113.0 140.0 3.0 252.0 68.2 2.2 155.1 2.1 37.0 69.2 82.0 118.1 2.2 226.1

163 299 11 20 21 279 2 55 212 2 42 270 26 110 131 37 47 46 304 200 16 177 215 75 249 71 3 4 69 226 55 176 209 92 154 327 43 252 2 122 165 263 38 5 64 57 7 40 52 28 60 207 8 30 70 3 17 35 2 127 38 214 3 54 8 5 102 42 61 2 98 10 262 2 153 264 16 0 121 3 121 157 6 360 262 5 160 161 6 231 61 4 183 2 36 67 117 142 3 223

134 173 5 11 17 125 3 28 138 0 14 164 17 66 60 24 33 31 219 119 5 100 148 53 130 50 4 4 46 184 30 112 190 73 80 230 37 143 3 106 93 148 17 5 57 42 6 41 44 12 64 126 5 17 48 2 14 22 2 65 21 123 2 27 10 1 59 32 34 2 65 6 163 1 88 176 15 0 70 3 50 89 0 214 151 4 101 104 4 155 37 4 116 2 30 28 81 71 3 124

106 145 5 9 13 98 3 23 118 0 12 123 9 43 46 19 19 29 167 95 4 75 114 39 111 39 4 4 39 153 25 86 139 53 72 187 22 121 1 82 79 123 13 5 50 39 6 33 37 8 47 120 5 15 44 2 14 19 1 52 18 87 2 20 10 1 44 28 30 2 58 5 132 1 95 147 10 0 57 3 43 64 0 158 128 4 82 97 4 118 33 4 89 0 20 26 65 61 2 106

101 114 12 10 6 104 5 16 81 0 17 120 16 55 52 18 23 28 167 57 14 103 103 54 65 40 3 3 28 136 21 86 113 48 80 186 31 114 3 89 51 153 25 2 36 42 5 36 27 21 57 74 3 17 47 0 12 23 4 40 15 89 0 27 9 1 39 60 16 0 36 6 113 1 77 120 14 4 60 0 27 54 10 233 97 5 40 73 0 122 23 4 82 2 35 14 48 35 2 84

85 249 13 16 7 460 2 74 128 0 63 152 18 79 97 28 37 27 265 138 8 165 196 64 194 35 1 4 37 209 35 92 137 42 181 160 15 376 1 66 96 223 26 5 33 44 1 20 19 33 58 86 1 14 55 1 20 36 0 54 25 139 2 65 2 3 75 95 13 2 30 8 137 0 208 150 10 1 63 0 100 118 3 215 245 1 69 105 1 222 56 1 85 0 28 68 48 71 1 150

--.264 .212 .282 --.207 --.243 .287 --.165 --.317 --------.301 --.291 .250 --.262 .257 .280 ----------.279 ----.329 .210 ----.215 .250 --.287 ----.263 --------.340 .219 ----.421 --.273 ----------------.248 ----.258 .188 --.400 --.222 ----------.000 ----.249 --.250 --.258 --.333 .295 --.243 ----------.252 ---------

18 30 3 2 2 30 0 2 7 0 1 --3 9 4 6 4 5 21 5 1 10 27 15 17 5 0 0 3 31 7 6 30 8 12 30 2 22 0 10 12 --9 0 5 3 0 6 11 0 6 10 1 1 8 1 4 --0 2 1 10 0 6 3 2 10 15 4 0 8 6 20 2 18 16 1 2 8 0 7 7 1 40 18 0 10 16 1 28 1 0 3 0 0 9 11 7 0 17

19 19 5 1 2 19 2 13 21 0 9 --7 10 3 3 4 5 33 28 6 18 34 14 16 4 0 1 4 24 4 11 25 15 17 6 1 27 0 8 6 --2 0 5 3 0 3 2 4 11 10 1 1 11 0 14 --0 1 3 15 1 8 0 0 10 5 7 0 4 0 27 0 6 16 4 1 11 0 6 13 1 22 15 0 15 13 0 31 5 0 2 0 3 10 5 7 0 18

0 9 0 2 0 8 0 1 9 0 0 --0 2 2 0 0 1 6 1 0 3 1 1 9 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 0 0 3 4 0 4 0 0 5 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 4 0 0 --0 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 0 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

117


ALL-TIME PITCHING STATS (since 1975) Name Lafferty, Brendan Leary, Tim Lewis, Mike Lindsay, Tim Lizarraga, Bob Lodge, Brandon Long, Kip Lynch, Ryan Lyon, Nick Mack, Phil Madrid, Sam Magnante, Mike Marsh, Scott McDonald, Jeff McGuire, Ryan Merricks, Charles Meyer, Jake Miltenberger, Dan Mitchell, John Moreno, Sal Morisako, Colin Murphy, Tim Naworski, Andy Newns, Neal Nolte, Eric Novak, Jason Ortega, Mike Ortiz, Zack Oseguera, Paul O’Toole, Ryan Page, Tim Parque, Jim Peterson, Curt Phillips, John Pifer, Griff Pinto, Aldo Plutko, Adam Poole, Madison Pries, Jeff Ramsey, Jim Rasmussen, Rob Reeder, Zac Reid, Daniel Reightley, Ryan Ridenour, Dana Righetti, Tony Rodriguez, Louis Roe, Bobby Roenicke, Josh Ross, Brad Rucker, Dave Rustich, Brant Sanchez, Alex Schanz, Scott Schmidt, Dave Schmidt, Paul Schroeder, Brian Schulhofer, Adam Schwengel, Kris Schwengel, Kurt Sentlinger, Rick Sharp, Matt Sheredy, Kevin Shibata, Keith Simon, Adam Silva, Doug Silver, Barry Smalls, Joe Sollecito, Gabe Soroko, Mark Spears, Chris St. George, Nick Stephenson, Brian Strelitz, Brian Stoll, Dave Stowell, Steve Susdorf, Billy Sutherland, John Thielemann, Al Trombs, Ray Uribe, Justin Van Zandt, Jon Vander Tuig, Nick Vdovkin, Mike Ward, Colin Watson, Grant Weiss, Zack Wenrick, Bill Westland, Bob Whisler, Wes White, Garett Wiede, Mark Will, Dave Wills, Shawn Wilson, Kyle Yaeger, Chuck Young, Matt Zamora, Peter Zancanaro, Dave Zinser, Jason

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2005, 2007-09 1977-79 1988-91 1987-91 1974, 1976 2010-11 1979 1994-96 2000, 2002 1981 1997 1984-88 1985 1980-82 1991-93 1998, 2000 1996-97 2003-06 1993-94 1993 1982 2007-08 1984-85 1984-85 1984-85 2006-09 1974-77 2012 2005-06 1995-97 1979-80 1995-97 1975-76 1994-98 1974-75 1997-98, 2000 2011-12 2012 1982-84 1984, 1986 2008-10 1988-91 2002-04, 2005 1998 1984-86 1997-98 1977 1998-01 2004, 2006 1974-76 1976-77 2004-07 1985-87 1988-90 1977-79 2006-07 2004-06 1989-92 1990-91, 1993 1990-92 1974-75 2004 1996 1985-87 2003-05 2001-03 1980 1980, 1982 1992-93 1973-75 1988 1994-97 1994 1999 1991-92 1986-87 2002 1987-90 1997-98 1977 2007-10 1993 2011-12 1990 1981-82 2012 2011-12 1984-87 1981-83 2002-04 2003-06 1981-82 1980 1991 2002-04 1981-84 1979-80 1995-97 1988-90 2007

5.50 3.09 4.41 4.29 4.77 2.70 8.66 6.46 12.15 8.03 8.10 4.30 3.20 5.42 1.74 15.19 3.41 6.95 7.19 5.79 3.97 4.34 5.74 5.40 6.86 4.98 7.36 2.92 3.05 4.93 5.17 3.55 3.03 7.55 5.81 3.00 2.26 0.00 4.83 7.41 3.98 6.39 11.25 14.90 4.93 2.72 7.50 5.18 2.93 5.28 3.61 6.10 4.98 4.94 4.00 6.75 4.89 4.04 8.12 3.72 5.05 0.00 4.59 5.11 6.03 4.47 3.74 3.60 4.76 3.96 15.12 5.23 4.97 11.15 6.95 5.73 5.40 5.38 11.17 8.65 7.27 5.70 4.09 4.71 5.66 4.45 3.59 4.41 4.72 4.99 9.37 6.11 8.22 0.00 5.12 5.01 3.99 4.66 3.72 18.00

7-8 21-15 8-8 18-13 4-3 0-0 1-2 5-9 1-0 0-2 1-0 22-5 2-3 11-10 4-0 0-0 4-5 5-4 3-7 1-0 0-0 10-10 4-11 4-4 6-2 6-3 2-2 2-0 4-1 2-3 4-7 25-11 4-6 8-3 4-7 0-1 19-7 0-0 16-15 3-2 15-7 2-3 0-0 0-1 7-11 3-1 0-0 18-14 2-3 10-12 6-3 9-11 27-17 10-20 24-7 0-2 8-10 9-9 2-3 0-1 5-7 0-0 4-2 7-4 4-11 8-9 1-1 2-1 5-8 9-5 0-0 9-12 5-5 1-3 2-1 13-7 0-3 15-14 1-1 0-1 2-1 7-7 13-8 1-2 10-11 9-2 8-6 10-10 10-2 11-14 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 15-15 10-7 15-6 23-13 0-0

94 53 65 63 36 18 11 49 5 5 4 53 18 62 17 10 43 38 41 3 7 37 45 45 30 86 15 12 35 36 29 51 23 37 38 10 34 4 55 25 46 37 42 14 70 24 4 87 19 52 27 72 73 54 46 22 70 50 26 10 24 1 24 45 59 57 15 6 48 49 8 60 15 15 19 38 14 71 16 10 7 20 46 17 45 35 39 119 62 49 46 10 21 2 45 111 33 48 78 1

3 40 19 46 4 0 0 20 1 0 0 25 10 29 1 0 1 7 7 1 0 27 10 4 14 4 2 0 3 6 17 50 8 16 --0 33 0 37 4 27 3 0 4 11 5 0 34 0 4 4 13 58 39 39 1 11 18 9 0 0 0 4 5 7 5 3 3 6 --1 20 15 2 0 23 0 30 1 0 2 15 18 0 32 15 22 7 2 43 0 0 1 0 1 25 26 31 23 0

0 15 2 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 00 0 1 10 0 1 --0 3 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 4 3 0 1 3 0 0 --0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 --0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 1 4 0

3 0 7 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 8 0 0 0 1 3 6 1 0 4 1 0 3 2 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 4 1 1 3 0 0 9 0 0 13 4 4 3 10 1 2 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 8 3 8 8 1 0 21 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 1 9 4 0 0 0 16 8 0 0 0 0 0 6 7 1 7 8 0

147.1 306.0 216.1 302.1 83.0 16.2 17.2 133.2 6.2 12.1 3.1 203.0 59.0 219.0 31.0 10.2 60.2 55.2 81.1 4.2 11.1 178.1 105.0 71.2 84.0 137.1 22.0 12.1 62.0 65.2 94.0 334.2 77.1 101.1 114.2 12.0 227.1 2.2 247.2 54.2 171.2 80.1 20.0 29.0 184.1 49.2 6.0 283.1 15.1 167.0 72.1 124.0 341.1 253.0 223.0 18.2 130.2 158.0 51.0 19.1 82.0 1.1 49.0 112.2 118.0 118.2 33.2 25.0 92.2 120.1 8.1 160.0 105.0 30.2 22.0 130.1 16.2 229.0 29.0 26.0 8.2 113.2 140.2 28.2 194.0 89.0 135.1 192.0 116.1 259.2 32.2 17.2 38.1 1.1 70.1 237.1 164.2 202.2 263.2 1.0

172 277 223 347 89 27 23 171 8 19 2 209 48 252 18 15 55 65 85 4 14 167 116 72 85 138 21 16 63 78 99 349 76 123 129 11 164 1 282 79 165 113 35 63 193 47 5 327 14 174 80 148 338 279 218 24 139 142 70 23 93 1 41 119 120 119 37 24 88 113 17 207 106 52 27 169 14 283 44 38 10 128 150 29 191 94 117 217 119 293 45 29 43 1 71 304 152 232 254 3

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.297 --------.365 ----.345 ----------------.293 ------.250 ------.263 --.320 .272 --------------.205 .111 ----.252 --.389 ----------.237 ----.294 ------.324 .277 --------.250 ----.270 .260 .268 ------------.361 ----.233 ------.270 --.271 ----.286 .236 ----.291 .338 ------.273 --------.600

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UCLA BASEBALL ALUMNI

UCLA Baseball Hall of Fame 81 MEMBERS Bob Adams Lee Alarid Earl Altshuler Rich Amaral Bob Andrews Ray Arrington Jim Auten Dave Baker Steve Bailey* Ted Bashore Bill Bonham Bill Brasher Dr. Bobby Brown Joe E. Brown* Judge Lynn “Buc”Compton Chris Chambliss Floyd Chiffer Jim Colletto Jeff Conine Curt Counts Mickey Croft Dennis Delaney James Devere* Pat Dodson Tim Doerr Vern Followell Tebbie Fowler Mike Frankovich

Mike Gallego Rick Ganulin Mike Gerakos Jack Gifford Sid Gilmore Brian Graham Dan Guerrero Guy Hansen Wayne Harding Bill Haselman Joe Hicks Alan Hoops Eric Karros Rick Kester Steve Klausen Tim Leary Andy Lopez Sam Lovullo Torey Lovullo Shane Mack Mike Magnante Ryan McGuire Glenn Mickens Jack “Moose” Myers Tim O’Neill Hoyt Pardee David Penniall Ken Proctor

Rick Pope Art Reichle Mike Riskas Jackie Robinson Gary Robson Ernie Rodriguez Ron Roenicke Gene “Skip” Rowland Steve Runk Gary Sanserino Dave Schmidt Randy Schwartz Frank Schwengel Don Sealy Don Slaught George Stanich Phil Steinberg Ed Stewart Jack Theriault* Kenny Washington David Weiner Jim York Matt Young John Zaby Todd Zeile

Ron Roenicke was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in June 1977.

*honorary members

Grant-in-aid Donors Gene and Jackie Autry James E. Brakebill Memorial Jim Devere Harold and Roslyn Ganulin Memorial Rick and Karen Ganulin Jack Gifford Dennis Gilbert Mary Jo Greenberg (memory of Hank Greenberg) Wayne and Dixie Harding

Tracy Gifford Jones & Cameron Jones Eric Karros Tim Leary Shane Mack Jeff Moorad Arn and Nancy Tellem David Weiner Bruin Baseball Foundation Parent’s Fund Shane Mack batted .361 in three seasons (1982-1984) at UCLA.

Bruin Varsity Club

Bruin Baseball Fund

The mission of the Bruin Varsity Club is to connect the UCLA family of alumni athletes to the University and enhance their relationships with the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. We seek to uphold the tradition and legacy of UCLA Athletics through a united and engaged alumni community and to establish a culture of philanthropy and participation. Whether your collegiate athletic career ended last season or 60 years ago, whether you live in California or on the other side of the country, you are forever connected to the champions that are UCLA.

The Bruin Baseball Fund, formerly known as the 10th Player Club, invites you to become a member of this meaningful and worthwhile organization. Your financial support and commitment to the program enables UCLA Baseball to better serve its student-athletes by offering them the best possible facilities and state-of-the-art equipment.

Members who pay their annual dues will receive the following Bruin Varsity Club PREMIER benefits and club card:  Complimentary invitation to the annual Bruin Varsity Club Homecoming Tailgate Party and other sponsored events.  One free admission to ALL regularly-scheduled UCLA home football games in a priority seating area. The option to purchase up to three additionally priority season tickets normally offered exclusively to donors in the blue section.  One annual Olympic Sport Card Passes*  Bowl Game Ticket Purchasing Opportunities  Exclusive Bruin Varsity Club annual gift  Invitation to sport specific reunions, receptions and other special events  Ticket purchasing opportunities for otherwise limited UCLA sporting events  Menotring and networking opportunities with other fellow Bruin Varsity Club members and current student athletes  Subscription to Bruin Blue, a monthly UCLA athletics newsletter *Excludes admission to men’s basketball, NCAA Championships and/or special events.

To join the Bruin Baseball Fund, please call Scott Wandzilak in the Athletic Development office at (310) 206-3302. Hall of Fame — $5,000+ (100% Tax-deductible) • All-Star benefits and game-day program recognition All-Star — $2,500-$4,999 (100% Tax-deductible) • Major League benefits and the opportunity to have your child/grandchild serve as a batboy at a home UCLA baseball game Major League — $1000-$2499 (100% Tax-deductible) • College World Series benefits and an autographed team UCLA batting helmet College World Series — $500-$999 (100% Tax-deductible) • Bruin captain benefits and an autographed team picture Bruin Captain — $100-$499 (100% Tax-deductible) • Two Olympic sport cards All Bruin Baseball Fund members will receive a coaches newsletter and invitations to UCLA baseball’s social and banquet events. *Excludes admission to men’s basketball, NCAA Championships and/or special events.

**For more information please contact Courteney Cosso, Director of the Bruin Varsity Club, at 310-206-4458 or via email at ccosso@athletics.ucla.edu**

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS CAREER STATS Hitters: Batting Average, Home Runs, RBI, R = Runs Scored, SB = Stolen Bases; Pitchers: W-L, ERA, Strikeouts; S = Saves NA = Stats Not Available

A Abney, Jeff, C ’03 .143, 2, 7 Adams, Bob, 3B ’70-’73 .315, 23, 140, 131R Adams, Gary, INF ’59-’60, ’62 N/A Adams, Gene, INF ’59-’61 N/A Adams, Mannie, INF ’88-’90 .301, 4, 62 Adcock, Gary, P ’92-’93 9-10, 1S, 6.22, 85K Aielli, Gino, C/INF ’08-’09 .340, 2, 16, 24R, 5SB Alarid, David, OF ’82-’85 .267, 7, 47 Alexander, Michael, OF ’84 .179, 0, 7 Allen, Bob, OF ’87-’89 .179, 4, 14 Allen, Brenton, OF ’11-’12 .292, 0, 2, 7R Altshuler, Earl, OF ’70-’72 .362 Amaral, Beau, OF ’10-’12 .322, 10, 106, 145R, 30SB Amaral, Rich, 2B ’82-’83 .334, 5, 64, 112R, 45SB Ambriz, Hector, DH/P ’03, ’05-’06 .311, 8, 62, 54R; 13-21, 4.41, 249K Amezquita, Chris, 3B ’09 .259, 1, 9, 8R, 2SB Ammentorp, Tim, C ’76-’79 .257, 1, 6 Ammirato, Zak, INF/OF/C ’93-’96 .307, 14, 100, 101R Anderson, Tom, INF ’62 .214, 0, 6 Andrews, Bob ’48-50 N/A Anglin, Gary, OF/P ’73-’74 .238, 7, 17; 5-5, 6.14, 55K Ardell, Dave, OF ’63-’64 .274, 4, 21 Arens, Jim, P ’63-’65 10-10, 3.70, 130K Arhart, Josh, C ’01-’02 .333, 10, 61 Arrasmith, Scott, P ’00 0-1, 3.07, 13 K Arrington, Ray, OF ’65-’66 .334, 12, 62 Ash, Mike, C ’64 .228, 4, 16 Ashner, Corey ’07 .071, 0, 0 Atkins, Garrett, 1B/3B ’98-’00 .369, 40, 167, 180R Auten, Jim, OF ’76-’79 .320, 38, 129, 116R Averill, Brandon, INF ’01-’04 .307, 27, 103; 0-1, 4.67, 16K .260, 11, 87, 83R .280, 34, 152, 127R 4-5, 2.69, 61K .375, 3, 74 .281, 0, 12 .300, 11, 39 0-0, 6.62 .275, 5, 28. 14SB 2.36, 34-8, 460K, 2SV 3.49, 1-3, 74K, 1S .318, 20, 149, 140R 0-0, 6.75 6-16, 5.65, 128 K) 0-0, 0.00 5-3, 1.46, 63K, 1S .500, 0, 0 N/A .319, 10, 94 .313, 13, 95 .277, 31, 102 .293, 3, 23, 13SB .143, 0, 0 N/A 19-9, 4.54, 152K .305, 0, 19 .281, 0, 6 N/A 4-4, 7S, 3.35, 79K 13-6, 15S, 2.78) 3-0, 1S, 5.13, 28K) 3-2, 3.54, 42K 2-3, 1S, 3.69, 37K 9-7, 2.88, 168K .231, 0, 2 .283, 2, 39) 2-3, 6.47, 27K, 1S 17-10, 1.81, 190K .180, 1, 14 9-4, 3.00, 69K .264, 14, 77 19-19, 3S, 5.08, 209K 26-15, 3.22, 254K 12-10, 4.88, 138K, 1S 2-0, 1.83, 8K .200, 0, 4 15-12, 3.28 4.71, 12-14, 196K, 8S 6-3, 4.58, 64K, 1S 9-5, 3.88, 141K .291, 4, 69, 59R, 8SB 7-7, 2.24 16-13, 4.24, 194K, 1S 0-1, 4.05, 18 1-4, 2S, 5.75 .286, 0, 1 .331, 48, 203, 81SB, 235R

C Campanella, John, OF Canales, Josh, SS Cannon, Jon, P Cano, Hector, INF Caravelli, Michael, P Carpenter, Mike, OF Carpenter, Sean, 3B/OF, UTL Carrasco, Tony, 2B Carrithers, Alden, 2B Carroll, Brian, OF Carter, Ryan, P Carty, Mike, OF Castillo, Mike, P

’01 ’00-’01 ’94 ’85 ’92-’95 ’78 ’03-’06 ’93-’94 ’07-08 ’11-’12 ’98-’00 ’67-’69 ’01-’03

’79-’81 ’69 ’67 ’75-’78 ’98-’00 ’00-’02 ’07-’10 ’81-’83 ’86-’89 ’97-’98 ’07-’09 ’81-’82 ’09-’11 ’64-’67 ’59-’61 ’77 ’06 ’04 ’85-’87 ’81 ’02-’05 ’74-’75 ’67-’68 ’01-’03 ’66,’69 74-’76 ’76-’78 ’94-’96 ’92 ’65 ’06-’08 ’97-’98 ’91-’92 ’73-’74 ’72 ’79-’80 ’06-’08

10-13, 5S, 4.62 .340, 15, 45 0-0, 5.40 17-11, 3S, 3.64 9-16, 8S, 7.97, 127K 2-4, 6.90, 42K 3.12, 15-7, 181K, 4S 18-18, 5.78, 160K .313, 25, 130 .232, 3, 24 .283, 24, 93, 87R, 17SB 1-2, 2S, 6.60 21-20, 3.38, 376K .306, 13, 97 N/A .267, 0, 0 0-0, 4.50, 1K .256, 2, 11 5-4, 2S, 6.07, 61K .213, 4, 23 .226, 0, 16 .310, 6, 35 .264, 5, 37, 50R 3-8, 3S, 5.17, 54K 10-1, 2.74, 77K 22-11, 4.10, 223K .250, 14, 67 .174, 2, 11 3-1, 1S, 2.95 .157, 0, 3 .319, 20, 136, 145R 2-4, 10.23 .231, 0, 10 .268, 3, 17 .226, 0, 13 .500, 0, 2 .321, 6, 80, 110R

D

B Babineau, Ryan, C ’06-08 Baker, Dave, INF ’75-’78 Baranick, Bruce, P ’72-’73 Baron, Brian, OF ’99, ’01 Barry, John, INF ’85 Bashore, Ted, 1B ’65 Bates, Eric, P ’88 Battey, Earl, 3B ’76 Bauer, Trevor, P ’09-’11 Beacom, Mitchell, P ’09-’11 Beall, Pete, INF ’81-’84 Bean, Seth, P ’94 Beck, Bryan, P ’02-’05 Bennett, Pat, P ’94 Berg, David, P ’12 Berger, Scott, OF ’94 Bergeron, Tom, INF ’59-’60 Beringhele, Vince, OF ’81-’83 Berman, Gary, INF ’83-’86 Berry, Adam, C/DH/1B/OF ’99-’02 Berry, Sean, INF/OF ’85 Berson, Barry, OF ’68-’69 Bessey, Jim, INF ’71 Bianchi, Steve, P ’74-’76 Bjelland, Tim, INF ’77-’79 Blazek, Chuck, C ’64 Block, Carl, P ’59 Bloom, Ken, P ’83-’84 Bollens, Scott, P ’77-’79 Bond, David, P ’85 Bondy, Ken, P ’61 Bonds, Jim, P ’91-’92 Bonham, Bill, P ’69-’70 Bono, Steve, C ’82 Botterman, Barry, OF ’67-’69 Botterman, Scott, P ’03-’06 Bottoms, Tim, P ’61-’63 Boyd, Travis, INF/OF ’92-’95 Boyer, Bob, P ’67 Brakebill, Brent, C-OF ’82-’85 Brandt, Jon, P ’98-’01 Brasher, Bill, P ’64-’66 Brewer, Charles, P ’07-’09 Brewer, Chase, P ’10-’12 Brock, Vern, OF ’63 Broersma, Eric, P ’78, ’80-’81 Brooks, Gavin, P ’07-’09 Brophy, Kevin, P ’04-’07 Brown, Jerry, P ’63-’65 Brown, Trevor, INF/C ’10-’12 Bruckner, Ron, P ’60-’61 Brummett, Tyson, P ’06-07 Burkins, Kurt, P ’99 Burkland, Mike, P ’82-’83 Byrne, Tim, OF ’88 Byrnes, Eric, OF ’95-’98

Center, Andy, P Chambliss, Chris, 1B Chase, Mike, P Chiffer, Floyd, P Cislak, Chad, P Clark, Wade, P Claypool, Garett, P Clements, Pat, P Cline, Scott, INF Cloud, Casey, C Cohen, Gabe, OF Cole, Doug, P Cole, Gerrit, P Colletto, Jim, OF Colins, Howard, 3B/P Combs, Kelly, INF Concolino, Brent, P Concolino, Chad, OF Conine, Jeff, P Conley, Paul, INF Conlin, Kevin, INF Connors, Steve, OF Cooper, Gene, OF Cordeiro, Chris, P Coston, Roy, P Cowan, Ed, P, Cox, Mobil, SS Craig, Benny, 1B/OF Craig, Bill, P Crater, Tim, OF Crawford, Brandon, SS Crecion, Gabe, P Criss, Brian, C Croft, Mickey, C Cumberland, Dave, C Cummings, Ron, OF Curtis, Jermaine, 3B

.317, 3, 14 .322, 0, 40 0-0, 12.00 .297, 5, 42. 42R 3-6, 1S, 6.02 .343, 0, 16, 36SB .249, 1, 20, 45R, 10SB) .200, 0, 7 .364, 7, 79, 104R .200, 0, 4, 9R, 2SB 6-10, 5S, 6.36, 209K .222, 3, 17 2-2, 2S, 4.79, 32K

D’Amico, J.T., P Dale, David, P Dallas, Bobby, 2B Darden, Tony, P Davern, Mike, P Dean, Brent, C DeCinces, Tim, C Decker, Cody, 1B/DH Decker, Jim, INF Deeter, Ryan, P Delany, Dennis, C DeLaTorre, Julian, C Denove, Chris, C Dersom, Tyler, P Diaz, Paul, P Dickmann, Robert, P Dieter, Dave, C Diggle, Ron, OF Dishon, Jon, P Dodson, Pat, 1B Doerr, Tim, INF Dolak, John, C Dolan, Brady, OF Donner, Joe, OF Drummond, Matt, P Dunlap, Blair, OF Duran, Raul, OF Dyer, Fred, INF

’90 ’86-’87 ’75-’76 ’89 ’01-’02 ’07-08 ’94-’96 ’06-’09 ’55-’56 ’11-’12 ’75-’78 ’81-’82 ’03-’05 ’98-’00 ’98-’01 ’06 ’93-’94 ’71 ’88 ’79-’80 ’72-’74 ’87-’90 ’06-’08 ’73 ’07-’08, ’10 ’06, ’08-’10 ’08 ’64-’66

Edwards, Kamau, OF Edwards, Marshall, OF Edwards, Mike, 2B Elkins, Bruce, 1B Ellis, John, P Ellis, Paul, C Ephraim, Mike, C/INF Erickson, Keith, INF Ervin, Gary, INF Espinoza, Pat, P Espy, Dean, INF

’95-’96 ’73-’74 ’73-’74 ’84 ’93-’94 ’88-’90 ’87 ’63 ’78-’79 ’75 ’10 ’11

0-1, 10.80 3-2, 6S, 6.54, 44K .288, 12, 62 1-1, 8.24 0-3, 9.46, 19K .276, 1, 11, 12R .321, 37, 166, 130R .288, 47, 153, 118R, 5SB .278, 4, 26 1-0, 1.96, 33K .302, 28, 114 .226, 1, 8 .277, 14, 95 4-1, 7.54, 58K 7-10, 5S, 7.10, 86K 0-0, 10.38, 1K .252, 3, 24 NA 1-0, 1S, 5.33 .299, 20, 74, 76 .301, 21, 108, 101R .251, 8, 53 .277, 3, 25, 46R .245, 2, 8 5.74, 2-4, 55K, 3S .295, 17, 92, 130R, 28SB .182, 1, 4, 3R, 1SB .291, 21, 97, 106R

E .091, 0, 1 .274, 2, 21 .331, 15, 54 .300, 3, 9 0-0, 8.22 .324, 34, 116, 84R .286, 0, 2 .250, 1, 5 .226, 2, 37 5-3, 4.79 .331, 12, 92, 70R, 15SB

F Fauland, Herb, P Fiacco, Charlie, INF/OF Figsten, Len, OF Filia, Eric, OF Finkenberg, John, INF Fishman, Ira, OF Fitch, Tom, OF Fitterer, Scott, P Floyd, Bob, INF Followell, Vern, INF Fowler, Tebbie, OF Fradella, Gary, 1B Francisco, Ben, OF Fyhrie, Mike, P

’79-’80 ’86-’89 ’62 ’12 ’74-’75 ’59 ’73-’74 ’94 ’63 ’78-’79 ’60-’62 ’80 ’01-’02 ’88-’89, ’91

10-5, 4.28, 11S .304,37,146 .226, 1, 9 .245, 0, 8, 6R, 3SB .250, 1, 8 NA .171, 0, 2 4-1, 2S, 4.76 .291, 3, 26 .319, 6, 77 .277, 12, 94 .298, 4, 31 .358, 12, 79 12-14, 3.79, 10S

G Gallagher, Pat, INF Gallego, Mike, INF Gallego, Niko, INF Ganulin, Rick, 1B/OF Garrison, Venoy, C-OF Gauntlett, Todd, 3B Gausepohl, Dan, OF Gaylord, Ken, 1B Gelalich, Jeff, OF Gerakos, Mike, INF Gershon, Joel, C Gifford, Jack, 1B Giovinazzo, Chris, OF Giovinazzo, Matt, 1B

’11-’12 ’79-’81 ’08-’10 ’65-’66 ’73-’75 ’80 ’78-’79 ’75-’76 ’10-’12 ’71-’72 ’63-’64 ’60-’61 ’08-’11 ’11-’12

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.094, 0, 6 .261, 11, 88 .274, 3, 64, 81R, 34SB .303, 15, 92 .331, 9, 68 .267, 3, 34 .310, 12, 57 .274, 11, 55 .316, 15, 74, 108S, 33SB NA .141, 1, 12 .203, 1, 17 .255, 6, 51, 84R, 24SB .240, 0, 7, 1R, 1SB

Glantz, John, 1B Glaus, Troy, INF Goeddel, Erik, P Gomez, Luis, SS Good, Craig, P Goodrich, Gail, 1B Gore, Ken, P Gorski, Gary, INF/OF/P Grace, Matt, P Graham, Brian, INF/OF Graham, Danny, OF Green, Jason, C Griffin, Preston, INF Griggs, Scott, P Grzecka, Casey, C Gudim, Tim, C Guerrero, Dan, INF

’90 ’95-’97 ’09-’10 ’71-’73 ’86 ’62 ’64-’65 ’85 ’08-’10 ’79-’82 ’70 ’96-’99 ’01-’04 ’10-’12 ’01-’02 ’81-’82 ’72-’73

Haerther, Casey, INF Hagy, Gary, SS Hale, Jeffrey, P Hamelin, Bob, 1B Hamill, Ryan, C Hankins, Mike, INF Hanks, Parker, C Hansen, Guy, P Harmon, Jerry, INF Harmon, Tom, P Harris, Art, INF Haselman, Billy, C/OF Haver, Jordan, P Heineman, Rick, P Heineman, Tyler, C Heinrichs, Jon, OF Helfrick, John, 1B Hemming, Jim, DH Henderson, Robbie, INF Henkel, Rob, P Hennis, Randy, P Hill, Dave, C Hinds, Robert, INF Hirsch, Jeff, P Hisey, Steve, 1B/OF Hobbs, Bill, OF/1B Hoey, Mike, P Hoffman, Ross, 1B Hofman, Rich, INF Hokenson, Gary, 1B/OF Holland, Wayne, INF/OF Holley, Bobby, INF/OF Holt, Dennis, OF/LHP Hoops, Al, P Howatt, Jeff, P Huberts, Jeff, P Huff, David, P Hume, Ed, INF Hymes, Michael, OF

’07-’09 ’91 ’91-’92 ’87 ’00 ’87-’90 ‘05 ’67-’69 ’64 ’83 ’59 ’86-’87 ’07-’09, ’11 ’93-’96 ’10-’12 ’94-’97 ’70 ’00 ’75-’77 ’97-’98, ’00 ’85-’87 ’75 ’90-’92 ’85 ’84-’87 ’73 ’62-’63 ’67-’68 ’00 ’62 ’68-’69 ’86-’88 ’10-’11 ’67-’69 ’93-’95 ’95 ’06 ’69-’71 ’97-’99

.178, 1, 8 .344, 62, 180, 211R 3.10, 2-0, 65K, 1SV .272, 2, 34 0-1. 24.52 .177, 0, 14 15-5, 3.08, 201K .284, 2, 18; 0-0, 3.00 3.91, 4-4, 75K, 1SV .330, 7, 108 .286, 8, 28 .323, 9, 83 .267, 15, 95 4-2, 4.00, 95K, 15S .306, 3, 41 .248, 4, 31 .273, 4, 31

H .305, 22, 109, 88R, 18SB .305, 9, 48 3-3, 1S, 5.91 .362, 13, 47, 10SB .246, 1, 13 .278, 8, 108 .200, 0, 0 22-9, 2.85, 246K .320, 6, 29, 14SB 5-6, 7.15 N/A .324, 20, 95 0-0, 3.38, 8K 10-17, 5.74 .313, 1, 34, 52R, 3SB .314, 32, 151 .322, 0, 9 .274, 6, 18 .283, 12, 57 10-10, 2S, 5.58, 208K 19-11,5.56,150K .293, 2, 18 .276, 2, 43, 95R 1-1, 4.52 .310, 39, 175 .356, 4, 31 7-7, 2.86, 83K .301, 16, 66 .167, 1, 1 .175, 0, 7 .254, 0, 10 .279, 15, 70 .600, 0, 3, 2R; 0-0, 0.00, 1K 19-5, 2.81, 192K 3-5, 4S, 5.29 0-0, 40.50 7-4, 2.98, 100K N/A .276, 0, 16

J Jacquez, Tom, P ’95-’97 Jaffe, Eric, P ’12 James, Joey, DH ’88 Janicki, Pete, P ’90-’92 Janssen, Casey, 1B/P ’01-’04 Jaramillo, Mike, C ’94, ’96-’97 Jensen, Chris, OF ’02-’03, ‘05-06 Jerkens, Allen, P ’96 Jerkens, Kevin, P ’00-’03 Johnson, Craig, OF ’77-’78 Johnson, David, P ’02-’04 Johnson, Forrest, C/DH ’98-’00 Jones, Johnny, SS ’64-’65 Joslyn, John, 1B ’85-’86 Junis, Skip, P ’70-’71

11-6, 3.48, 118K 0-0, 0.00, 3K .300, 14, 47 23-12, 2S, 4.38, 307K .225, 4, 20; 22-15, 4.34, 245K .255, 1, 7 .319, 16, 77, 90R, 3SB 0-0, 9.82 7-5, 7S, 6.53, 69K .323, 22, 62 8-7, 6.24, 105 K .331, 29, 95 .258, 1, 33 .358, 24, 95 N/A

K Karp, Josh, P ’99-’01 Karros, Eric, 1B ’86-’88 Kasarjian, Kris, OF/DH ‘05 Katzaroff, Robbie, INF/OF ’87-’90 Kazmirski, Bobby, P ’94-’95 Keating, Dave, OF ’88-’89 Keck, Chris, INF ’12 Keefer, Cody, OF ’10-’12 Keller, Bill, INF/OF ’64-’65 Keller, Dan, P ’96-’97, ’99 Kerr, Gene, P ’71 Kershaw, Scott, P ’85 Kester, Rick, P ’66-’67 Kinder, Chris, INF ’73-’74 Kiner, Mike, OF ’73-’75 Klausen, Steve, OF ’66-’68 Klein, Dan, P ’08, ’10 Klein, Matt, P ’96-’98 Kramer, Dan, P ’92-’94 Kramer, Kevin, INF ’12 Krikorian, Rick, INF ’81-’82 Krill, Brett, OF ’08-’10 Kubinski, Tim, P ’91-’93 Kuehnert, Anthony, C ’92-’94 Kunes, Mike, P ’00-’03

23-7, 4.21, 262K .365, 26, 123 .222, 0, 4 .322, 3, 99 2-4, 5S, 4.33 .259, 8, 35 .293, 0, 5, 3R .319, 3, 86, 102R, 15SB .277, 2, 23 12-10, 2SV, 5.16 N/A 3-2, 4.86 14-9, 2.51, 202K .290, 1, 20 .291, 13, 45 .320, 12, 72 3.36, 8-3, 68K, 10SV 6-3, 7.13, 3SV 8-3, 4.64 .281, 0, 13, 18R, 1SB .248, 1, 21 .280, 7, 40, 50R, 9SB 20-6, 4.22, 150K .267, 0, 1 18-10, 3S, 5.72, 194K

L Lafferty, Brendan, LHP Landress, Dave, 1B Lang, Roger, 3B Lansdon, Tommy, SS Larimer, Bob, C/OF Leary, Tim, P LeBlanc, Bill, C Leonard, Terry, OF

‘05, ’07-’09 ’70-’71 ’79-’80 ‘05 ’81-’84 ’77-’79 ’69-’70 ’63-’64

7-8, 5.50, 119K, 3SV N/A .296, 2, 23 .269, 1, 8, 18R, 7SB .278, 6, 47 21-15, 3.09, 258K .198. 1, 11 .250, 0, 3


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Levi, Ty, OF Lewis, Christian, OF Lewis, Mike, P/1B Lindsay, Tim, P Lizarraga, Bob, P LoCurto, John, OF Lodge, Brandon, P Lohman, Chris, 3B Lopez, Andy, INF Lopez, Vince, INF Lovullo, Torey, INF Lung, John, INF Lynch, Ryan, P Lyon, Nick, OF/P

’63-’64 ’00-’03 ’88-’91 ’87, ’89-’91 ’74,’76 ’62-’63 ’10-’11 ’91-’94 ’74-’75 ’83-’85 ’84-’87 ’67 ’94-’96 ’98-’00, ’02

.225, 5, 20 .227, 3, 16 8-8, 7S, 4.41; .252, 1, 19 18-12, 1SV, 4.59 4-3, 4S, 4.77 .155, 0, 5 0-0, 2.70, 8K .280, 12, 87 .267, 0, 13 .278, 4, 49 .311, 51, 188 .304, 5, 44 5-9, 2S, 6.53 .285, 16, 66; 1-0, 15.43, 2K

Plutko, Adam, P Poehler, Chuck, OF Pollard, Blair, 1B Poole, Madison, P Pope, Rick, P Preheim, Arnie, OF Price, Steve, OF Pries, Jeff, P/DH Pritchett, Chris, INF Pritchett, Verne, P Punaro, Ralph, INF

’11-’12 ’62 ’61 ’12 ’69-’70 ’63 ’69-’70 ’82-’84 ’89-’91 ’59-’60 ’70-’71

Quist, Dustin, OF

’07-’09

Q

M

N ’09-’11 ’84-’85 ’84 ’84-’85 ’95-’98 ’72 ’80 ’84-’85 ’04-06 ’80-’81 ’63 ’06-’09

.195, 1, 15, 15R, 5SB 4-11, 5S, 4.74 .257, 3, 20 4-4, 1S, 5.40 .275, 16, 100) .189, 1, 6 .278, 1, 6 6-2, 6.86 .232, 1, 22, 19R, 11SB .338, 10, 57 5-3, 3.19 4.98, 6-3, 121K, 4S

O Odeski, Matt, OF O’Leary, Scott, C Olson, Cassidy, 1B O’Neill, Tim, P Ortega, Mike, P Ortiz, Zack, P Osborn, Jeff, OF Oseguera, Paul, LHP O’Toole, Ryan, P

’76-’78 ’60-’61 ’95-’98 ’76-’78 ’76 ’12 ’85-’88 ‘05-‘06 ’94-’97

.275, 4, 26 .238, 0, 30 .289, 12, 73 19-16, 1S, 3.46 2-2, 7.98, 1S 2-0, 2.92, 6K .285, 23, 109 4-1, 3.05, 60K, 3S 2-3, 4.93, 2S

P Page, Jarrad, OF Page, Tim, P Panick, Frank, P Parma, Tom, OF Parker, Rashad, 2B Parque, Jim, P Pearl, Matt, 2B/OF Peel, John, P Pederson, Tom, P Penniall, Dave, OF Penniall, Will, OF Perri, Tony, 1B Peterson, Curt, P Petretta, Bob, C Petrilla, Charlie, INF Phillips, John, P Pieper, Billy, 1B Pifer, Griff, P Pifferini, Bob, C Pinto, Aldo, INF/P

’04-’05 ’79-’80 ’73 ’75-’76 ’01-’02 ’95-’97 ’98-’01 ’77-’78 ’62-’64 ’75-’76 ’04-’07 ’82-’83 ’75-’76 ’69-’71 ’66-’67 ’94-’95, ’97-’98 ’97 ’74-’75 ’70 ’97-’00

.212, 0, 4, 5R, 1SB

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Mack, Shane, OF/INF ’82-’84 .361, 29, 142 Macri, Bill, INF ’63-’65 .267, 5, 56 Madrid, Sam, P ’97 1-0, 8.10 Magnante, Mike, P ’84, ‘86-’88 22-5, 1S, 4.30 Manning, Don, C/OF ’66 .322, 1, 29 Marder, Neal, OF ’81 .176, 0, 0 Markel, Aaron, C ’03-’05 .208, 0, 6 Marks, Sandy, P ’68-’69 4-2, 3.26 Marquez, Jeff, OF ’94 .000, 0, 0 Marsh, Scott, P ’85 2-3, 3.20 Matoian, Chad, 2B ’94-’97 .281, 3, 74 McCallum, Jim, C ’59 N/A McCarthy, Ryan, INF ’02-’04 .276, 22, 107 McDonald, Jeff, P ’80-’82 11-10, 1S, 5.42 McGinnis, Chuck, OF ’64-’66 .281, 10, 46 McGuire, Aaron, C ’67-’68 .277, 6, 67 McGuire, Ryan, 1B/P ’91-’93 .339, 47, 182; 4-0, 2S, 1.74 McMillan, Brett, 1B/3B ’03-’06 .276, 27, 129, 122R, 2SB McQuarn, George, C ’62-’63 .238, 2, 38 Medici, Jonathan, OF ’04-’05 .200, 0, 0 Meggs, Lindsay, INF ’81-’84 .265, 29, 118 Melhuse, Adam, INF ’92-’93 .303, 20, 91 Merricks, Charles, OF/P ’98-’00 .267, 3, 49; 0-0, 15.88, 8K Mesa, Bob, INF ’56-’57 .329, 0, 12 Metzger, Mike, OF ‘05-06 .204, 1, 15, 14R, 3SB Meyer, Jake, P ’96-’97 4-5, 8S, 3.41 Miles, Tom, P ’69-’71 N/A Miller, Bill, 1B/OF ’60 .244, 1, 15 Miller, Mark, OF ’78-’79 .286, 4, 26 Mills, Bill, 2B ’55-’57 .292, 1, 38 Miltenberger, Daniel, RHP ’03-’06 5-4, 6.95, 35K Miranda, Shane, C ’00-’01 .167, 0, 2 Mitchell, Freddie, OF ’00 .235, 0, 1 Mitchell, John, P ’93-’94 3-7, 7.19 Mitchell, Mike, 1B/DH ’92-’94 .333, 36, 135 Molina, Jake, INF ’69-’70 .260, 5, 48 Montanari, David, OF ’78-’81 .318, 7, 83 Moore, Michael, OF ’90-’92 .318, 19, 76 Moranda, Dave, P ’74 0-3, 7.48 Moreno, Sal, P ’93 1-0, 5.79 Morisako, Colin, P ’82 0-0, 1S. 3.97 Morris, Dave, OF ’74-’75 .227, 5, 22 Morrison, Matt, OF ’82-’84 .302, 3, 44 Moscaret, Steve, OF ’81 .231, 0, 8 Mosher, Matt, INF ’10-’11 .000, 0, 0 Mousalam, Fadio, 1B ’59-’61 N/A Mowery, Kyle, C/OF ’03 .200, 0, 0 Myrow, John, OF ’92-’93 .328, 7, 62 Murphy, Tim, LHP/OF ’06-08 10-10, 4.34, 207K, 3S; .251, 1, 17, 30R Murray, Eddie, INF ’06-’09 .245, 2, 32, 52R, 8SB Navarro, Marc, OF Naworski, Andy, P Nero, John, OF Newns, Neal, P Nista, Brett, INF/OF Nocciolo, Albert, C Nolind, Scott, OF Nolte, Eric, P Norman, Anthony, OF Norman, Greg, INF Noteboom, Spencer, P Novak, Jason, P

19-7, 2.26, 191K .118, 0, 4 .163, 1, 9 0-0, 0.00, 2K 12-5, 2.71, 154K .255, 1, 9 .308, 10, 46 16-15, 4S, 4.83; .285, 2, 7 .341, 31, 129 N/A N/A

.195, 4, 28 4-7, 5.17 6-5, 2.93, 64K .189, 0, 13 .267, 4, 17 25-11, 3.55, 319K .310, 11, 89 6-6, 5.28, 76K 11-8, 2.45, 129 .293, 8, 50 .276, 5, 43, 55R, 20SB .250, 5, 41 4-6, 5S, 3.03 N/A .313, 9, 59 8-23 7.55 .091, 0, 1 4-7, 2S, 5.81 .308, 8, 30 .272, 4, 38; 0-1, 3.00, 6K

Radican, Pete, C Rahmatulla, Tyler, INF Ramsey, Jim, P Rasmussen, Gary, INF Rasmussen, Rob, P Rasmussen, Ryan, 2B Ratcovic, Bill, OF Ravitz, Dave, INF Ray, Sam, C Reece, Eric, 1B Reeder, Zac, P Regis, Cody, INF Reid, Daniel, LHP Reightley, Ryan, P Reinbach, Mike, OF Ridenour, Dana, P Righetti, Tony, P Riskas, Mike, OF Roberts, David, OF Robinson, Jackie, INF Robson, Gary, P Rodriguez, Jim, C Rodriguez, Louis, P Rodriguez, Steve, C Roe, Bobby, P Rogers, Brandon, C Roenicke, Josh, OF Roenicke, Ron, OF Roma, Gary, INF Roques, Ryan, OF Rosenkrans, Joel, OF Ross, Brad, P Ross, Steve, 1B Rouse, John, P Rouse, Nolan, SS Rucker, Dave, P Runk, Steve, INF Runyon, Gerry, 1B Rustich, Brant, P

’65-’66 .258, 6, 21 ’09-’11 .290, 7, 59, 77R, 20SB ’84,’86 3-2, 1S, 7.41 ’77 .254, 3, 23 ’08-’10 3.98, 15-7, 187K, 1SV ’00-’02 .280, 1, 24 ’67-’68 .284, 1, 13 ’90-’93 .270, 7, 61 ‘05-07 .182, 0, 1 ’98-’01 .277, 15, 85 ’88-’91 2-3, 3S, 6.39 ’10-’12 .278, 16, 117, 92R, 14SB ’02, ’04-’05 0-0. 11.25, 22K ’98 0-1, 14.90 ’69 .263, 1, 13 ’84-’86 7-11, 4.93, 9S ’97-’98 3-1, 2.72 ’59 N/A ’91-’94 .325, 8, 82 ‘40 N/A ’70-’72 N/A ’68-’69 .191, 0, 17 ’77 0-0, 7.50 ’09-’11 .215, 10, 64, 58R, 3SB ’98-’01 18-14, 12S, 5.18, 197K ’97 .333, 0, 1 ’03-’06 .262, 1, 45, 37R; 2-3, 2.93, 14K, 4S ’77 .284, 9, 40 ’73-’74 .229, 2, 16 ’97-’98 .125, 1, 3 ’61 .116, 1, 10 ’74-’76 10-12, 4S, 5.28 ’74 .158, 0, 4 ’72-’73 5-8, 1S, 3.55 ’05-07 .138, 0, 7, 10R ’76-’77 6-3, 3S, 3.61 ’68-’69 .320, 13, 65 ’59 N/A ’04-’05, ’07 9-11, 6.10, 114K, 10SV

Saarloos, Larry, P St. George, Nick, P Sakowski, Steve, OF Sanchez, Alex, P/OF Sandford, Mike, P Sanserino, Gary, SS Santora, Jack, INF Sapp, Tom, P Schafer, Brett, OF Schanz, Scott, P Schellenberg, Bob, C Schmidt, Dave, P Schmidt, Paul, P Schroeder, Brian, LHP Schulhofer, Adam, P Schult, Rob, 3B Schultz, C Schwartz, Brian, C/INF Schwartz, Randy, 1B Schwengel, Kris, P Schwengel, Kurt, P Schwenke, Matt, C Schwertfeger, R.C., C Scott, Bill, OF/DH Scruggs, Tony, OF Seal, Mike, OF Seal, Scott, OF Sealy, Don, INF Sentinger, Rick, P Sharp, Matt, C/1B/OF Shedd, Steve, OF Shelley, Randall, 3B Sheredy, Kevin, P Shibata, Keith, P Silva, Doug, P Silver, Barry, P Silver, Larry, OF Simon, Adam, RHP Singleton, Ezell, INF Slaught, Don, C Slotnick, George, P Smith, Chris, OF Smith, Ray, ’3B Smith, Richard, C Smith, Sean, INF Smith, Steve, P Sollecito, Gabe, P Soroko, Mark, P Stacy, Dave, P Stapenhorst, Fred, C Stephenson, Brian, P Stewart, Tim, 1B Stoll, Dave, P Stoltz, Nick, OF

’73 0-3, 3S, 6.95 ’94-’97 9-12, 1S, 5.23 ’77,’79-’80 .196, 0, 6 ’85-’87 27-17, 5.00, 1S; .319, 2, 16 ’69-’71 4-2, 3.15, 44K (1971 not included) ’67-’69 .319, 12, 98 ’95-’99 .281, 10, 75 ’61 7-6, 2.03, 89K ’93-’95 .276, 4, 39 ’88-’90 10-9, 4.94, 177K, 4S ’66 .231, 3, 14 ’77-’79 24-7, 4.00, 171K ’06-07 0-2, 6.75, 15K ’04-06 8-10, 4.89, 95K, 3S ’89, ’91-’92 11-11, 8S, 4.04 ’96-’97 .209, 1, 5 ’83-’84 .233, 1, 20 ’87-’90 .257, 4, 15 ’63-’64 .369, 18, 85 ’90-’93 2-3, 1S, 8.12 ’90-’92 0-1, 3.72 ’91-’93 .226, 8, 68 ’72-’73 .242, 1, 17 ’98-’00 .389, 53, 173, 224H, 155R ’86-’87 .332, 8, 46 ’95 .268, 1, 23 ’94-’95 .151, 1, 8 ’68-’69 .262, 2, 21 ’74-’75 5-7, 5.05 ’02-’05 225, 1, 4 ’67-’68 .329, 3, 25 ’99-’01 .258, 11, 53 ’96 4-2, 4.59, 8S ’86-’87 7-4, 5.11, 3S ’01-’03 8-9, 8S, 4.49, 83K ’80 1-1, 1SV, 3.74 ’76-’77 .262, 10, 47 ’03-’05 4-11, 6.03, 104K ’61-’63 .242, 0, 61 ’77,’79-’80 .342, 11, 80 ’72 5-3, 4.91 ’80-’81 .253, 0, 20 ’59 N/A ’85 .235, 1, 6 ’04-’06 .283, 6, 42, 45R, 1SB ’72 4-4, 1.69 ’92-’93 5-8, 21S, 4.08 ’74-’75 9-5, 5S, 3.96 ’74 1-2, 8.71 ’67 .250, 1, 9 ’94 5-5, 4.97, 79K ’06-’07 .255, 9, 42, 36R ’91-’92 2-1, 6.95 ’70-’71 N/A

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Stowell, Steve, OF/P Strelitz, Brian, P Stuka, Martin, P Sullivan, Daniel, INF Susa, Bill, P Susdorf, Billy, OF/P Sutherland, John, P Svetlic, Mike, 2B Swanson, Eric Swedlow, Mark, OF Swenson, Bob, OF Swindell, Carl, C Szymanski, Tom, OF

’84-’87 .287, 12, 81 ’99 1-3, 11.15, 9K ’81-’82 N/A ’84 .300, 5, 42 ’70-’72 N/A ’02-’04 .319, 15, 75; 0-3, 5.40, 64K, 3S ’87-’89 11-12, 5.45, 4S ’04 .258, 0, 23 ’70-’72 N/A ’72-’74 .267, 23, 81 ’60 .191, 0, 1 ’66 .167, 1, 7 ’89 .268, 0, 7

T Tallman, Dave, P Tamburro, Derek, C Taylor, Jr., Eric, 3B Thayer, Matt, OF Theodorou, Nick, 2B/OF Thielemann, Al, P Thomas, Bill, P Thomas, Jim, C Tokheim, David, 1B/OF Townsend, Raymond, INF Trammell, Ken, OF Tromba, Ray, P Trott, Warren, INF/C Tysdal, Rod, P

’65-’67 ’91,’93-’94 ‘05-06 ’02-’04 ’95-’98 ’97-’98 ’73 ’77-’80 ’88-’91 ’76-’78 ’79-’81 ’77 ’00-’03 ’67-’69

11-5, 3.92, 103K .230, 7, 31 .264, 4, 26, 24R, 9SB .298, 10, 82 .339, 9, 93 1-1, 11.17 4-3, 1.66, 1S .269, 12, 60 .310,15,99 .319, 0, 29 .297, 1, 19 0-1, 8.65 .314, 3, 21 7-5, 3.22, 97K

U Uribe, Justin, OF/P Utley, Chase, INF

’07-’10 ’98-’00

.303, 8, 76, 80R, 6SB .342, 53, 174, 256H, 182R

Valaika, Pat, INF Valent, Eric, OF Valent, Royce, C Vallone, Gar, INF Vander Tuig, Nick, P Van Patten, Frank, OF Van Zandt, Jon, P Varner, Phil, INF Vaughn, Derek, OF Vdovkin, Michael, P Vine, Steve, OF Violette, John, 1B Viselli, Brian, 1B

’11-’12 ’96-’98 ’96-’97 ’92-’95 ’11-’12 ’63 ’93 ’77 ’89 ’90 ’63 ’77-’78 ’75-’77

Wahl, Steve, INF Ward, Colin, P Waters, Jerry, 3B Watson, Grant, P Webb, Kevin, INF Weber-Shapiro, Alex, 1B Weikel, Dick, OF Weimer, Aaron, C Weiner, Dave, P Weinstein, Jerry, C Weiss, Zack, P Weisser, Mickey, OF Wenrick, Bill, P West, Reggie, OF Westland, Bob, P Whisler, Wes, 1B/P White, Garett, LHP Wiede, Mark, P Will, Dave, P Williams, Adrian, INF Williams, Kevin, INF Willis, Dick, SS Wills, Shawn, OF Wilson, Kyle, P Wiswell, Bob, P Wolfe, Joel, INF/OF Woodruff, Barry, P Wright, Butch, OF

’72 .255, 1, 15 ’81-’82 10-11, 5.66, 151K ’75-’76 .289, 3, 34 ’12 9-2, 4.45 ’89,’91 .290, 7, 32 ’09 .228, 1, 3, 9R ’59-’60 N/A ’11-’12 .000, 0, 0 ’59-’61 N/A ’65 .190, 0, 0 ’11-’12 8-6, 3.59, 97K ’07-’08 .250, 2, 27, 22R ’84-’87 10-10, 4.41, 16S ’80 .269, 0, 21 ’81-’83 10-2, 4.72, 8S ’02-’04 .304, 34, 129; 11-14, 4.99, 172K ’03-’06 0-0, 9.37, 21K ’81 1-0, 6.35 ’78-’80 1-1, 5.98, 42K ’09-’11 .231, 0, 2, 10R, 2SB ’11-’12 .276, 2, 27, 34R, 4SB ’59-’60 N/A ’90-’92 .277, 5, 26 ’02-’04 2-2, 5.12, 58K ’66-’67 13-8, 3.11, 134K ’89-’91 .348, 18, 119 ’72 2-4, 4.02 ’61 .306, 2, 24

Yaeger, Chuck, P York, Jim, P Young, Matt, P Young, Mike, OF Yusem, Al, P

’81-’84 ’68-’69 ’79-’80 ’82-’83 ’59

Zail, Greg, P Zak, Ray, INF Zamora, Peter, P/1B Zancanaro, Dave, P/OF Zeile, Shane, INF Zeile, Todd, C Zeno, Larry, P

70-73 61-63 ’95-’97 ’88-’90 ’12 ’84-’86 ’63-’64

V .254, 2, 59, 58R, 7SB .323, 69, 219 .120, 0, 3 .284, 11, 113 13-8, 4.09, 108K, 9S .261, 0, 7 7-7, 5.70, 1S .145, 0, 3 .231, 0, 1 1-2, 4S, 4.71 .179, 0, 8 .216, 4, 28 .308, 9, 58

W

Y 15-15, 5.01, 7S 9-6, 2.01, 102K 10-7, 3.99, 1S .298, 5, 54 N/A

Z 15-5, 3.34, 177K .257, 2, 39 15-6, 4.66, 7S; .310, 28, 152 23-13, 3.72, 3S; 267, 5, 35 .371, 0, 10, 12R, 1SB .331, 26, 94 10-4, 1.87, 106K


UCLA ADMINISTRATORS dation’s Science and Technology Center for Biological Timing. In 1997, he was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has invented a number of devices and holds a patent for a non-contact respiratory monitor for the prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

GENE

BLOCK CHANCELLOR • 6th Year Alma Mater: Stanford ’70 Dr. Gene Block became chancellor of UCLA in summer 2007, taking the helm of a world-class institution comprising 37,000 students and 27,000 faculty and staff, with an annual budget of $3.6 billion. As chief executive officer, he oversees all aspects of the university’s three-part mission of education, research and service. Previously, Dr. Block served as vice president and provost of the University of Virginia, where he also held the Alumni Council Thomas Jefferson Professorship in Biology. With academic expertise in biological clocks, he conducts research on the neurobiology of circadian rhythms in higher organisms, leading a research lab funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). From 1991 to 2002, he directed the National Science Foun-

DAN

GUERRERO O ATHLETIC DIRECTOR • 11th Year Alma Mater: UCLA ’74 On April 25, 2002, Daniel G. Guerrero was named UCLA’s eighth Director of Athletics. A former Bruin baseball player, Guerrero, who assumed his duties on July 1, 2002, has enjoyed great success and exudes the pride of a student-athlete who is in charge of the program at his alma mater. Guerrero is one of the most respected administrators in all of intercollegiate athletics. He is the current president of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and serves on numerous conference and national committees. He currently is a member of the Pac-12 Nominating Committee, the Pac-12 Athletic Directors Revenue Sharing Committee, the Pac-12 Bowls Committee, the Pac-12 Basketball Tournament Committee. In addition, Guerrero is a member of the Rose Bowl Management Committee and is the Pac-12 Athletic Director’s Liaison to the Men’s Basketball Coaches. He also is a member of the BCS Athletic Directors Administrative Group and an NCAA search committee member for NCAA’s vice president of men’s basketball championships. In Guerrero’s 10 years as Athletic Director, he has clearly established a pattern of “image and substance” that few in his profession can match. UCLA stands as

Dr. Block joined the faculty of the University of Virginia in 1978 as an assistant professor of biology. He served as vice provost for research from 1993 to 1998 and then as vice president for research and public service until his appointment as vice president and provost in 2001. He also headed an NIH graduate training program aimed at increasing the number of scientists from underrepresented groups. In 1998, he received the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Outstanding Public Service Award for his work with Virginia’s business community. A native of Monticello, NY, Dr. Block holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford University and a master’s and Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Oregon. He also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford, working with the late Colin Pittendrigh, “the father of biological timing” and distinguished biologist and former Stanford President, Donald Kennedy. Dr. Block and his wife, Carol, have two adult children.

the No. 1 University in the nation for NCAA team championships (108) won, a number that continues to grow under his direction. In that 10-year period, UCLA teams have won 22 NCAA team titles (the highest total in the nation in that span) in 12 different sports, finished second 19 times and have had an additional 41 Top Five finishes (79 total). A staggering 191 teams (of 229 possible) have qualified for NCAA post-season competition and the football team has appeared in eight bowl games. The program has also won 51 conference championships in 15 different sports, produced over 515 All-Americans and featured four Honda Award winners, including the 2003-04 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. Under Guerrero’s leadership, UCLA continues to remain one of the premier broadbased intercollegiate athletic programs in the country. In the last 10 years, UCLA has finished second three times (2007-08, 2006-07 and 2005-06), third three times (2011-12, 2004-05 and 2003-04), fourth (2009-10), sixth (2002-03), 11th (2010-11) and 16th (2008-09) in the race for the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. This past year, in NCAA action, UCLA captured its 108th NCAA crown in women’s volleyball, placed second in men’s water polo and women’s tennis, third in women’s water polo and women’s gymnastics, tied for third in men’s soccer and men’s tennis,tied for fifth in baseball and men’s golf and placed eighth in women’s golf. UCLA also brought home four conference championships. Guerrero came to UCLA in 2002 from UC Irvine, where he had served as UCI’s fifth Director of Athletics for 10 years. Prior to arriving at UC Irvine, he was the Athletic Director for five years at Cal State Dominguez Hills. He received his Bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1974 and played second base in the Bruin baseball program for four years. Guerrero, born on November 10, 1951 in Tucson, AZ, was raised in Wilmington, CA. He is married to the former Anne Marie Aniello and they have two grown daughters: Jenna and Katie.

Prior to coming to UCLA, Jentz spent over nine years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He started as an assistant athletic director for sports administration in 2000 and was named the department’s assistant athletic director for athletic business operations in 2003.

JOHN

JENTZ

Jentz was promoted to associate director in 2006 where he was in charge of the day-today operations of the business office while also overseeing human resources, technical services, cashier’s office, bowl and postseason travel as well as men’s and women’s rowing.

Alma Mater: BYU ’92 John Jentz is in his third year as senior associate athletic director/chief financial officer for UCLA Athletics, having joined the department on June 14, 2010. His duties include management of the department’s $64 million budget and direct responsibility for the financial areas of Accounting, Purchasing, and Payroll. He also directs the Human Resources unit that includes almost 200 full-time coaches and staff and manages the Information Technology unit which supports the department network and more than 200 users. The 2011-12 season marked the first season in which Jentz served in an administrative role overseeing the baseball program. He serves as the principal advisor to the Athletic Director with respect to long term programming and planning including assessing the resources available for the development of major capital projects.

The Green Bay native was an assistant athletic director at Cal State Fullerton for four years prior to joining the staff at UW-Madison. At Fullerton, Jentz supervised eight sports and oversaw the athletic business office and ticket office for the Titans. Before his time at Cal State Fullerton, he was an accountant in the business office at UC Riverside. He later managed development funds and also assisted in coordinating several athletic events, including the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championship. Jentz began his administrative career at East Stroudsburg University where he supervised the ticket operations and event staffing while earning his master’s degree (1993). A 1992 graduate of Brigham Young, John and his wife, Nancy, have five daughters: Kristy, Marin, Emma, Serena and Lindsay.

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Nation’s #1 Overall College Experience 10 SIGNIFICANT REASONS TO ATTEND UCLA 1. #1 in NCAA Titles (108) 1st ever to reach the 100 title milestone; 22 NCAA Titles in the last 10 years (#1 nationally) since Dan Guerrero became UCLA Athletic Director; #1 in Olympians and Olympic Gold Medals from 1984-2012; leader in producing professional athletes; nation’s finest overall combined academic, athletic and career resources for student-athletes; the best is possible at UCLA!

2. Prestigious Academic Degree / A National Leader in Producing Top Students Ranked in the top ten among universities in most academic surveys; professional schools ranked among top five in most areas and top ten in others; #1 in the nation for undergraduate student applications every year since 1999; among all-time leaders in producing NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners; #1 in Kaplan Report survey of student resources for the college experience.

3. Highest Quality of Life/Best Place to Live Best in West and #2 overall public university in ‘Princeton Review’ in on-campus housing options and dorm food; 334 sunshine days a year; average year-round temperature of 74 degrees; 5 miles from the beach; thriving campus community of Westwood Village as part of UCLA; surrounded by Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Century City, Brentwood, and Santa Monica.

4. World Class Facilities Remodeled historic Pauley Pavilion; the Rose Bowl (SI’s #1 venue of all college sites); Los Angeles Tennis Center; Drake Stadium for track & soccer; Jackie Robinson Stadium; Easton Stadium; Spieker Aquatics Center; Sunset Canyon Recreation Center; numerous championship golf courses; on-campus golf practice facility; Acosta Athletic Training Complex for the best in sports medicine, athletic performance, and finest training equipment.

5. Legendary Coaching, Tremendous Sport Stability, Consistently Training Winners UCLA has Olympic, National and USA Team coaches on its staff and individuals who have trained at the highest level and know how to win! No university can match UCLA’s coaching stability in that only two Bruin head coaches have left for another Division I head coaching position over the past 40 years.

Web Site: UCLABruins.com

6. Exceptional Academic Support for All Student-Athletes 17 full-time staff working in academic and student services. This includes academic counseling, learning specialist, life skills coordinator, priority pre-enrollment in classes, academic mentors, individual and group tutoring, academic awards banquet, lecture notes, laptop lending program and career guidance.

7. Your Future at the Highest Level USA’s #1 Career Center for full-time, part-time or internship positions; average personal income for a UCLA graduate is $77,500; average home value for UCLA grads is over $500,000; Bruin Works program for Networking; the UCLA degree means success across the world!

8. Complete National Sports Media Coverage/ L.A. is the Place/Pac-12 Network Begins More overall national, regional and local television team exposure than any other college in the nation; numerous daily newspapers; #1 in former student-athletes and students in sportscasting, news broadcasting, sports writing, acting, etc. to act as contacts for current athletes; #1 in Sports Illustrated cover appearances; Major media outlets like ESPN, Fox Sports and USA Today have offices in L.A.

9. Nation’s #1 Tradition of Athletic Excellence With Historic Long-Term Success Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Troy Aikman, Arthur Ashe, Lauren Cheney, Jimmy Connors, Lisa Fernandez, Troy Glaus, Natalie Golda, Rafer Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Karch Kiraly, Liz Masakayan, Ann Meyers, Jonathan Ogden, Corey Pavin, Jackie Robinson, Al Scates, Sharon Shapiro, Chase Utley, Bill Walton, and John Wooden are just a few of the most significant people that have attended/coached at UCLA. UCLA is the #1 school world-wide in name recognition.

10. UCLA Intangibles/Best College Location UCLA’s overall success combining prestigious academics, top athletic finishes and tremendous social life cannot be matched by any other university. UCLA has great resources available on a daily basis for our student-athletes to be the best in any area they select. UCLA’s axiom is Champions Made Here!

Facebook: facebook.com/uclaathletics

Twitter: twitter.com/UCLAAthletics


UCLA Top National, International Sports Power NCAA Division I Team Championships by School (Through Spring 2012) School

Men

Women

Total

1.

UCLA

71

37

108

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9. 10.

Stanford USC Oklahoma St. LSU Arkansas Texas Penn State No. Carolina Michigan

61 81 50 17 41 19 31 10 31

42 14 0 26 0 22 10 28 2

103 95 50 43 41 41 41 38 33

Top Countries in Olympic Gold Medals (1984-2012) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

USA USSR/Russia China Germany UCLA Athletes South Korea Italy

UCLA’s Hall of Champions includes NCAA titles in 17 different sports among its nation-leading 108 total. Since Dan Guerrero became Athletic Director in 2002-03, UCLA has won a nationleading 22 NCAA crowns over the past 10 years.

UCLA #1 for Overall Program Awards (men began in 1971; women in 1977; combined in 1993; NACDA in 1994) School

#1 Titles

1. UCLA

UCLA’s Previous National Finishes in Overall Athletic Program Surveys FIRST PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1973, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92 Women: 1978, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91

1. 3. 4. 5.

SECOND PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1971, 72, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82 Women: 1977. 83, 84, 86, 87, 92, 93 OTHER PLACES: Men: 4th 84; 3rd 85; 6th 90; 10th 91; 5th 93 COMBINED FINISHES: First: 1993 Second: 1996, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008 Third: 1994, 1995, 1997, 2004, 2005, 2012 Fourth: 1998, 2010 Fifth: 1999, 2002 Sixth: 2003

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Stanford 22 Texas 8 USC 6 No. Carolina, 1 Michigan, Arkansas, Arizona St.

NCAA Titles Since 2002-03 School

#1 Titles Won

1. UCLA

22

1. Stanford

22

3. USC

18

4. Penn State

12

5. Auburn

11

6. North Carolina

10

NACDA Director’s Cup Athletic Program Overall Rankings (1994-2012) (Schools ranked in the top 6 of the athletic poll) School

Years Ranked Top 6 Nationally

1. Stanford

19

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 9. 9.

17 15 12 11 8 5 5 3 3 3

UCLA Florida Michigan No. Carolina Texas Arizona Ohio State Georgia USC Virginia

Only 5 schools have been ranked in the top 20 every year of the survey - UCLA, Stanford, Florida, North Carolina and Texas. Only 24 schools have made the top ten lifetime. Beside those listed, the others are Arizona State, California, Duke, Florida State, LSU, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Washington.


2011 Women’s Volleyball

WOMEN’S Additional Titles: Golf – 1971; Crew – 1974; Volleyball – 1972, 1974, 1975; Track & Field – 1975, 1977; Badminton – 1977; Basketball – 1978; Softball – 1978; Tennis – 1981; Water Polo – 1996; 1997; 1998; 2000;

2011 Women’s Golf

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UCLA: Simply The Best Overall University UCLA ‘Healthiest’ College in USA

UCLA Historic Accomplishment

UCLA was selected as the #1 ‘Healthiest’ College in the USA by ‘Greatist’, which specializes in Fitness, Health, and Happiness. UCLA creates “the best college environment for leading a fit, healthy, and happy life.”

UCLA is the only school with a No. 1 overall pick in the MLB (baseball), NFL (football), NBA (basketball) and MLS (soccer) drafts.

UCLA ‘Most Interesting College’

Sports Illustrated on Campus’ said, “UCLA has the most complete athletic program in the country.”

The Kaplan Publication on ‘Most Interesting Colleges’, has UCLA #1 overall blending their 6 categories of Academic Facilities, Freshman Housing, Career Services, Highest Academic Standards, Hot & Trendy Universities and Best Value.

UCLA #9 overall and #6 in USA in Global Prestige

UCLA #1 Hospital in West Since 1989

UCLA was ranked #9 overall and #6 in the USA in ‘Global Prestige’ according to the ‘London Times Higher Education.’

UCLA was ranked #5 overall and again #1 in the West (every year since 1989) by U.S. News. The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, which opened in 2008, is a one million square foot facility. It has been labeled as ‘the hospital of the future.’

UCLA ‘Most Complete’ Athletic Program

‘Dream College’ for Parents & Students The 2012 Princeton Review survey of parents and future college students had UCLA ranked #6 nationally by parents and #6 by students as their ‘Dream College’ to attend. UCLA was the only public university in the top 10.

UCLA ‘Most Popular’ College for Applications UCLA continues as the ‘Most Popular’ college for students to apply for admission in the 21st century. UCLA annually receives over 70,000 applications for 5,000 admission spots. It has been that way every year since 1999.

UCLA in FB-BB Titles; Heisman-Wooden; Honda Awards UCLA is one of seven Division I colleges to ever win a football and basketball national championship; UCLA is one of six colleges to ever win a Heisman Trophy in football and Wooden Award in Basketball; UCLA is #1 all-time with 4 Honda Female Athlete of the Year awards.

‘Public Good’ and ‘Eco-Friendly’ National Leader

Newsweek ’08 College Guide: UCLA is selected as the ‘Hottest University’ to attend in the major college category.

‘Washington Monthly’ Magazine for 2011 rated UCLA #2 (#1 in Division I) nationally among colleges in its contributions to the nation’s ‘Public Good’ through Service, Social Mobility, and Research. The Sierra Club’s 2010 list of top colleges committed to advancing sustainability on their campuses had UCLA #9 overall in having an ‘eco-friendly’ environment.

UCLA One of 25 ‘New Ivies’

UCLA ‘Coolest’ School to Experience

A 2006 ‘Newsweek’ article on the 25 ‘New Ivies’ said: “The nation’s elite colleges include more than the top Ivies. A range of schools are getting fresh bragging rights like UCLA.”

Seventeen Magazine ranked UCLA as one of the ’10 coolest schools’ where you can get the best college experience. The criteria included professor’s involvement, great shopping, campus safety and parties.

UCLA ‘Hottest University’ to Attend

UCLA Campus Receives Most Media Attention Scenic parts of the UCLA campus are utilized for more movies, television shows, and commercials than any other college. The UCLA name appears daily in more publications than any other school according to Newswatch Magazine.

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UCLA Has #1 Career Center Business Week magazine has ranked the UCLA Career Center as #1 in the nation when blending opportunities for students for internships, parttime work, full-time jobs, and other needed services to prepare a person for today’s job market.


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UCLA: A Prestigious & Influential University UCLA ranks as one of the Top Ten Universities according

to the American Council of Education and Gourman Report of national educational ratings.

UCLA Ranks in the Top Ten Academic Departments among all American Universities j j j j j j j j j j

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Anthropology Applied Science Art & Design Asian Studies Bacteriology/Microbiology Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Economics/Business Engineering/ Computer Science French Geography Geology German

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Linguistics Music Philosophy Physiology Physiological Science Pre-Business Education Pre-Education Field Pre-Legal Education Pre-Medical Education Psychology Sociology Spanish Theater Arts/ Communications

***UCLA is the #9 overall ranked world university and the #2 public university in ‘Global Prestige’ according to the 2012 ‘London Times’

Kaplan Survey of 320 Most Interesting Colleges (Based on academic facilities, housing, career services, value, highest academic standards & being trendy)

1. UCLA* 2. Stanford 3. Texas A & M 4. Texas 5. Penn State *UCLA was the only institution ranked in the top 15 in all six categories

“Leading Universities” in terms of influence, according to CHANGE Magazine • • • • • • • • •

UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University MIT Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University

UCLA Ranked among Top Ten Professional Schools—Cartier Report (alphabetical order after UCLA) BUSINESS SCHOOLS UCLA Carnegie–Mellon University Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University MIT Northwestern University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley

MEDICINE UCLA Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University Illinois University Johns Hopkins University Michigan University Stanford University UC Berkeley Yale University

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

LAW SCHOOLS UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University Yale University

QUALITY INSTITUTIONS UCLA Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University Michigan University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

CURRICULUM UCLA Chicago University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

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UCLA-NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (67)

Andrea Remynse Tennis, 2011

Alaizah Koorji Rowing, 2011

Kyle Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

Chris Joseph Football, 2008

Drew Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (67) Football (17) 1966-67 Ray Armstrong* 1966-67 Dallas Grider 1969-70 Greg Jones 1973-74 Steve Klosterman 1975-76 John Sciarra 1976-77 Jeff Dankworth 1977-78 John Fowler 1982-83 Cormac Carney 1983-84 Rick Neuheisel 1985-86 Mike Hartmeier 1989-90 Rick Meyer 1992-93 Carlton Gray 1995-96 George Kase 1998-99 Chris Sailer Shawn Stuart 1999-00 Danny Farmer 2007-08 Chris Joseph

Men’s Basketball (5) 1968-69 Kenny Heitz 1970-71 Terry Schofield 1979-80 Kiki Vandeweghe 1992-93 Richard Petruska 1994-95 George Zidek*

Men’s Gymnastics (1) 1991-92 Scott Keswick

Men’s Track and Field (5) 1977-78 Willie Banks 1994-95 John Godina 1997-98 Josh Johnson 2008-09 Drew & Kyle Shackleton

Men’s Soccer (1) 1997-98 Josh Keller

Men’s Swimming (8) 1975-76 Tim McDonnell 1978-79 Dan Stephenson 1984-85 Bruce Hayes 1984-85 Pat Thomas 1985-86 Steve Martz 1986-87 Brian Jones 1991-92 Andrea Cecchi 1992-93 David Fleck (diving) Men’s Tennis (1) 1995-96 Srdjan Muskatirovic

Capital One All-American Hall of Fame (8) 1988 1990 1994 1994 1999 2005 2009 2011

Donn Moomaw, FB Jamaal Wilkes, BB Bill Walton, BB Coach John Wooden, BB John Fowler, BB Cormac Carney, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Julie Bremner-Romias, VB

NCAA Silver Anniversary Award (8) 1978 1981 1994 1999 2003 2008 2010

Rev. Donn Moomaw, Football ‘53 Willie Naulls, Basketball ‘56 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Basketball ‘69 Bill Walton, Basketball ‘74 Ann Meyers, Basketball ‘78 Dot Richardson, Softball, ’82 Cormac Carney, Football, ’82 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, BB-Track, ‘85

Men’s Volleyball (4) 1970-71 Ed Machado 1981-82 Karch Kiraly 1986-87 Asbjorn Volstad 1996-97 Trong Nguyen* Men’s Water Polo (4) 1982-83 Brian Black 1995-96 Thomas Wong 1999-00 Parsa Bonderson 2000-01 Sean Kern Women’s Basketball (1) 1985-86 Anne Dean Women’s Golf (1) 1985-86 Kay Cockerill Women’s Gymnastics (4) 1989-90 Jill Andrews 2002-03 Kristin Parker 2002-03 Onnie Willis 2005-06 Kate Richardson Women’s Rowing (1) 2010-11 Alaizah Koorji

Softball (2) 1992-93 Lisa Fernandez 1994-95 Jennifer Brundage Women’s Swimming (5) 1995-96 Annette Salmeen 1999-00 Keiko Price 2000-01 Brigid Dwyer 2001-02 Katie Younglove 2003-04 Kristen Lewis Women’s Tennis (2) 1983-84 Karen Dewis 2010-11 Andrea Remynse Women’s Track and Field (3) 1996-97 Amy Acuff 1997-98 Nada Kawar 2006-07 Jacqueline Nguyen Women’s Volleyball (2) 1993-94 Julie Bremner 2000-01 Elisabeth Bachman *Alternate Selections

Rhodes Scholarships (5)

NCAA Top Eight Award (14)

1925 1962 1969 1996 2008

1975-76 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1996-97 2001-02 2003-04 2006-07

John Olmsted, Tennis William Zeltonoga, Wrestling Harold Griffin, Football Annette Salmeen, Swimming Chris Joseph, Football

NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award (4) 1977 1984 1996 2003

Tom Bradley, Former LA Mayor Rafer Johnson, Calif. Special Olympics John Wooden, Former UCLA BB Coach Donna de Varona, Commission on Title IX

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John Sciarra, FB Jeff Dankworth, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Cormac Carney, FB Carnell Lake, FB Jill Andrews, GYM Carlton Gray, FB Scott Keswick, GYM Lisa Fernandez, SB Julie Bremner, VB Annette Salmeen, SW Stacey Nuveman, SB Onnie Willis, GYM Kate Richardson, GYM


UCLA Undergraduate Majors and Minors

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UCLA’s Most Popular Academic Majors

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The Bruin Student-Athlete Development Program strives to enhance the student-athlete experience within the University setting by coordinating educational programs that address personal growth, leadership, professional development, and community service. Our goal is to assist student-athletes with their transition to college, provide opportunities to enhance their college experience, support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle, and prepare student-athletes to be champions in life. Bruins in the Community Bruin student-athletes have the opportunity to participate in community outreach activities on campus and throughout the Los Angeles area. Examples of these events include: • Dribble for the Cure • Weekly visits to Mattel Children’s Hospital •Prime Time Games: Championship Saturday • UCLA Lab School Jog-A-Thon • ‘I’m Going to College’ Program • Adopt a Classroom • Bruin for a Day • Sports clinics • Elementary school activities and reading days These opportunities give student-athletes the chance to mentor youth, give back to the community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA Athletics.

WOODEN ACADEMY: Teamwork, Leadership & Character The Wooden Academy is a leadership development program designed to educate and support Bruin student-athlete leaders. The program was named after legendary Coach John Wooden, and strives to teach the principles of his Pyramid of Success. We believe that these skills will assist studentathletes in their pursuit to be successful leaders and teammates at UCLA, and as they prepare to be champions in life. Student-athletes have the opportunity to participate in the Wooden Academy each year by attending seminars to learn practical leadership lessons from coaches, administrators and Bruin alumni. • Leadership Development Program (LDP): The LDP is designed to teach freshmen and transfers the skills they need to lead themselves and effectively work with others. Our goal is to create a strong network of future Bruin leaders. • Wooden Academy Seminars: These seminars are offered to all student-athletes and address leadership, personal and professional development topics that are relevant to the student-athlete experience.

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The Best On-Campus Housing Options; plus Great Food UCLA On-Campus Housing Options: All include up to 19 meals a week between 7 am and 2 am and student-athletes are guaranteed priority housing all 4 years if they desire A. Classic Residence Halls (Dykstra, Sproul, Rieber, and Hedrick as traditional high-rises) 1. Have separate showers for men and women, community bathrooms, study lounges, and laundry facilities on each floor B. Deluxe New Residence Halls – De Neve Gardenia and De Neve Holly) 1. Separate community showers and bathrooms for men and women, air conditioning, lounges on each floor, central laundry room, multi-purpose rooms, and game rooms on first floor

Scholarship student-athletes are guaranteed a two person dorm room for as long as they want to stay on campus

C. Residential Plazas (Sunset Village, De Neve, Hedrick Summit, Rieber Terrace and Rieber Vista) 1. Single/double/triple rooms with two shared bathrooms, air conditioning, study space, lounges, laundry D. Residential Suites (Hitch, Saxon) 1. Furnished two-bedrooms with own entrance, living room, shared bathroom. Each has its own laundry room and sundeck/recreation area

Standard On-Campus Housing Amenities: • Basic Cable Television • High Speed Internet • Student Technological Center • Overnight Shipping and Full Copying Services • Recreation/Game Rooms • Free access to basketball, volleyball, pools, tennis • Early morning/late night restaurants • ‘To-Go’ Meals • Bruin Card Charge Services • Weekly Maid Services

Numerous amenities are available for student-athletes, including dorm placement, roommate selection and free cable TV

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Student-athletes live in both high rise dorms and apartment-style suites


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The UCLA campus is home to numerous first class facilities for student-athletes of all sports. • Spaulding Field — practice home for the Bruin football team, features SPRINTURF field, along with one natural grass field • Acosta Center — houses locker rooms, the Athletic Performance Center and Sports Medicine Center • Spieker Aquatics Center — opened in the Fall of 2009, this state-of-the-art aquatics center is the home to the water polo and swimming and diving teams • Easton Stadium — houses the 11-time NCAA Championship softball team • Los Angeles Tennis Complex — home to Bruin tennis teams • Drake Stadium & Marshall Field — home to the nationally-ranked soccer and track and field teams • Rose Gilbert Learning Center — located in the J.D. Morgan Center, has 24 computers and numerous printers for all of the academic needs of student-athletes • Jackie Robinson Stadium — home to the Bruin baseball team and was recently renovated with new batting areas and playing surface • Gifford Golf Facility — A 3,000 square-foot bermuda bentgrass putting green, greenside/fairway bunker, and a 3,000 square foot tee-box to hit balls onto the field for the golf teams to use. • Pauley Pavilion — home to the Bruin basketball, gymnastics and volleyball teams

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UCLA: The #1 Tradition in College Sports

Top Row (L to R) – Reggie Miller, basketball; Troy Aikman, football; Jimmy Connors, tennis; Cobi Jones, soccer; Amy Acuff, track & field. Second Row (L to R) – Troy Glaus, baseball; Liz Masakayan, volleyball; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball; Florence Griffith-Joyner, track & field; Karch Kiraly, volleyball.

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Third Row (L to R) – Jackie Robinson, football, baseball, track & field and basketball; Lisa Fernandez, softball; Arthur Ashe, tennis; Bill Walton, basketball; Jackie Joyner-Kersee, track & field. Bottom Row (L to R) – Kim Hamilton, gymnastics; John Godina, track & field; Dot Richardson, softball; Denise Curry, basketball; Ken Norton, football.


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UCLA Student-Athletes Have Job Market Success Name, Sport

Cormac Carney, Football U.S. District Court Judge

Position

Gary Beban, Football

Sr. Exec. Dir., CB Richard Ellis

Eric Biefeld, Soccer

Firefighter, La Habra, CA

Pete Blackman, Basketball

UCLA Vice-Chancellor

Bethany Bogart, Soccer

Lawyer, Los Angeles

Ato Boldon, Track & Field

Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Jamie Brown, Basketball

L.A. County Fire Captain

Cormac Carney, Football

US Dist. Court Judge (So. Calif)

Kay Cockerill, Golf

Golf Analyst, NBC-Golf Channel

Courteney Cosso, Soccer

Director, Bruin Varsity Club

Alex Decret, Tennis

Landscape Architect, Los Angeles

Roy Hamilton, Basketball; VP Production, Fox Sports

Maura Driscoll-Farden, Gymnastics Broadcaster Lifetime, USA Network

Ato Boldon, Track & Field Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Eric Lin, Tennis Medical Doctor

Anita Ortega, Basketball LAPD Captain

Joel Farkas, Golf

Chairman, JF Real Estate Dev.

Amanda Freed, Softball

Broadcaster, ESPN; Fox Sports West

Ryan Futagaki, Soccer

Sales Executive, LA Medical Corp.

Jen Gardner, Softball

Real Estate Attorney, No. Calif.

Roy Hamilton, Basketball

VP of Production, Fox Sports Net

Tim Harris, Soccer

Sr. VP of Business, Los Angeles Lakers

Melanie Hom, Soccer

Ophthalmologist, San Francisco

Tim Kelly, Volleyball

President, Bring It Promotions

Eric Lin, Tennis

Residency, UCLA Medical Center

Ryan McGuire, Baseball

UCLA MBA; Manager, Bus. Dev.

Bob Myers, Basketball

General Manager, Golden State Warriors

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics

Hollywood Stunt Woman, TV-Movies

Heath Montgomery, Tennis

Dentist, Santa Barbara, CA

Paul Nihipali, Volleyball

Movie Director, Video Producer

Anita Ortega, Basketball

Captain, Los Angeles Police Dept.

Doug Partie, Volleyball

President, A.B. Technical Systems

James Puffer, Water Polo

Exec. Dir. Amer. Family Practice, Louisville

Paula Rasmussen, Gymnastics

Pediatrician, Cedars-Sinai Med. Ctr.

Jill Ratner, Soccer

VP of Litigation, Fox Broadcasting

Mike Reider, Golf

Sr. VP/Manager, Union Bank of Calif.

Mary Ricks, Softball

President; Commercial Real Estate, Beverly Hills

Dr. Julie Romias, Volleyball

Doctor, Kaiser Inglewood

Tasha Schwikert, Gymnastics

Broadcaster, NBC Universal; Actress

LaRee Sugg, Golf

Senior Women’s Admin., Richmond Univ.

Stacy Sunny, Softball

Production Manager, Fox Sports Net

Necie Thompson, Basketball

FBI Agent, California

Kevin Walker, Basketball

UCLA MBA; GM Amer. Assoc Hockey

Jeff Williams, Volleyball

Sr. Acct. Executive, EMC Corp.

Chuck White, Golf

Voice-over Actor, Bus. Consultant

Dr. Bryan Wiley, Football

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Joel Wolfe, Baseball

Attorney, Sports Agent for WMG

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Tim Harris, Soccer Los Angeles Lakers VP

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics Movie Stuntwoman

Chuck White, Golf Voice-Over Actor


UCLA Alumni Span The World / Job Market A Key List of Significant UCLA Alumni Accomplishments Name

Significant Accomplishment

Former WNBA President; US Olympic Committee Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy, Actor in other major roles, “24” Catherine Bell Actress; movies and TV Show “Jag”, “Army Wives” Sara Bareilles Singer/Composer; 3-time Grammy Nominee for “Love Song,” & “King of Anything” Howard L. Berman Calif. Congressman in U.S. House of Rep. Jack Black Actor; “School of Rock”, “Nacho Libre” Gina Prince-Bythewood Wrote ‘Love & Basketball’, ‘Secret Life of Bees’ Ran track Brooke Burke TV Host; Winner ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Carol Burnett Actress, Emmy Award Winner Nancy Cartwright Voice of Bart Simpson on “The Simpsons” Ted Chen Co-Anchor KNBC “Today in LA” Francis Ford Coppola 6 Academy Awards (The Godfather I, II, III) Marilyn McCoo Davis 7-time Grammy Award winner (Fifth Dimension) Brad Delson Lead Guitarist, ‘Linkin Park’; Multi-Grammy winner Giada DeLaurentis Food Network “Everyday Italian” Rick Dickert Skyfox, Fox-11 Meteorologist, Emmy Winner Brenda Ross Dulan Sr. VP Wells Fargo Bank; Nat. Spokesperson James Franco Academy Award Nominee; “127 Hours”, “Milk” Brad Garrett Won Emmy as Robert in “Everybody Loves Raymond;” 1st Star Search $100,000 winner Mariska Hargitay Actress: “Law & Order”; 2005 Golden Globe winner, Emmy nominee Mark Harmon Actor and Producer; CBS “Navy NCIS”; People Magazine “Man of the Year” Carrie Ann Inaba Choreographer; Judge on “Dancing w/the Stars” Heather Locklear Actress: “Dynasty,” “Melrose Place,” “Spin City” Josie Loren Actress: Kaylie Cruz in TV’s “Make It or Break It” Frank Marshall President of Kennedy-Marshall; helped produce “Indiana Jones” and “Back to the Future” series Megan McArthur Astronaut; Space Shuttle Atlantis Danica McKellar Actress: “The Wonder Years;” TV’s “West Wing;” Published for mathematics research Billy Mills 1st black graduate, UCLA Law School; 1st black elected to L.A. City Council: Superior Court Judge Michael Nash Presiding Judge, L.A. Juvenile Court Michael Ovitz Former CEO, Disney Corporation Kal Penn Obama advisor; actor ‘House’, ‘Harold and Kumar’ Tim Robbins Actor/Producer; 2003 Academy Award winner “Mystic River”; 2003 UCLA Alumnus of the Year Nobutada Saji CEO, Suntory, Ltd.; Int. Businessman Henry Samueli UCLA Samueli Engineering School; Owner 2007 Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks Darren Star Golden Globe, Emmy nominee as producer of HBO’s “Sex In The City;” Assisted “BH 90210” and “Melrose Place” Robert R. Takasugi Judge, U.S. District Court; 1st JapaneseAmerican appointed Fed. Court Judge Antonio Villaraigosa Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the California Assembly Gabrielle Union Actress; “Bring It On”, “Breakin’ All the Rules”, “Daddy’s Little Girl”, “Meet Dave” Casey Wasserman President, Owner WMG, Businessman Jaleel White Actor: Urkel in “Family Matters”, Director Jane Yamamoto Newscaster-Field Reporter for Fox News-LA Zev Yaroslavsky Los Angeles County Supervisor, 3rd District Val Ackerman Sean Astin

Sean Astin Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy

Francis Ford Coppola Six-time Academy Award winner (The Godfather I, II, III)

Carrie Ann Inaba Judge for “Dancing with the Stars’

Gabrielle Union Movie Actress “Bring It On”

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Kal Penn Obama Advisor, Actor

Mark Harmon Actor, Former Football Player People Mag. “Man of Year” Star of Navy NCIS

Heather Locklear Actress Melrose Place, Spin City

Antonio Villaraigosa Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the Calif Assembly


UCLA Alumni Networks Cover The World UCLA Alumni in the United States (3% live in foreign countries)

UCLA Alumni Groups Exist World-Wide (www.UCLAlumni.net/FindBruins)

In California • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Los Angeles’ Westside Downtown Los Angeles LA-South Bay/Beach Cities Lake Arrowhead Area Orange County Greater Pasadena Palm Springs Inland Empire San Bernardino and Riverside Counties Sacramento San Diego County San Fernando Valley San Francisco/Bay Area Santa Clarita Ventura County Whittier

Outside California • • • • • • • •

Boston, MA Chicago, IL Honolulu, HI New York City Phoenix, AZ Portland, OR Seattle, WA Washington DC

International • • • • • • •

China Hong Kong Japan Korea Singapore Taiwan Thailand

The Portfolio of the Typical UCLA Graduate (almost 300,000 alumni were utilized for the figures below along with career center and local area housing statistics)

$77,500 $765,355 $522,500 92% 51% 68% 67% 65% 75%

Average yearly personal income Average investment portfolio value Average value of home ownership Own their own homes or condominiums Own other real estate properties Hold management/professional positions Have done postgraduate studies after UCLA Donate up to 10% of income to charity Have traveled outside U.S. in last 2 years

Where UCLA Graduates Live 45% Live in Los Angeles County 62% Live in Southern California 77% Live in the State of California 97% Live in the United States

25 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


26 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


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28 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


29 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


30 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


31 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


UCLA’s Community is Where Everybody Wants To Live Mulholland Drive (5 miles from UCLA)

Beaches / Pacific Ocean (5 miles from UCLA)

Hollywood / The Grove (10 miles from UCLA)

Santa Monica 10 Fwy (5 miles from UCLA) 1

Clint Eastwood

12 Dr. Phil McGraw

24 Jay Leno

2

Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes

13 Samuel L. Jackson

25 Charlie Sheen

3

Tom Hanks/Rita Wilson

14 Jack Nicholson

26 Antonio Banderas

4

Pete Sampras/ Bridgette Wilson

15 Ben Affleck/ Jennifer Garner

27 Billy Crystal

5

Sean Astin

16 Kirsten Dunst

29 Jackie Chan

6

Nicolas Cage

17 Al Pacino

30 Arnold Schwarzenegger

7

Courteney Cox/ David Arquette

18 Eddie Murphy

31 Michael Douglas/ Catherine Zeta-Jones

8

Warren Beatty/ Annette Bening

20 Harrison Ford/ Calista Flockhart

32 Whoopi Golberg

9

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

21 John Lithgow

10 Lionel Richie

34 Mark Harmon

22 Paris Hilton

11 Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie

35 David Beckham

23 Casey Wasserman

36. Reese Witherspoon

19 Halle Berry

32 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

28 Jim Carrey

33 Lindsay Lohan

Adjacent Sites A Westwood Village, UCLA’s Mall B Bel Air Country Club C Beverly Center D Century City Mall E Santa Monica Promenade UCLA Sites aa Morgan Center bb Pauley Pavilion cc Drake Stadium dd LA Tennis Center ee Spieker Aquatics ff Easton Stadium gg Robinson Stadium

2013 UCLA Baseball Media Guide  
2013 UCLA Baseball Media Guide  

2013 UCLA Baseball Media Guide